Plaque

St Pancras Way bridge - opened

Erection date: 22/7/1897

Inscription

Vestry of St. Pancras
This bridge was opened on Thursday, 22nd July 1897 by John William Dixon, Chairman of the Parliamentary and General Purposes Committee.
William Henry Matthews, J.P., Chairman of the Vestry
Edward Cox-Sinclair, Churchwarden
C. H. F. Barrett, Vestry Clerk
Thomas & Taylor - Engineers
Stephen Kavanagh - Contractor
Durham Brothers, Atlas Foundry, 205, Bow Road, London E.

Site: St Pancras Way bridge - opened (1 memorial)

NW1, St Pancras Way

In our photo this large plaque can be seen on the pier to the right of the railings.

The foundation stone for the bridge had been laid just 5 months earlier.

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St Pancras Way bridge - opened

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Thomas & Taylor

Engineers active in 1897.  

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C. H. F. Barrett

Vestry Clerk. St Pancras Vestry, his tenure including the period 1897 -1906. ...

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Edward Cox-Sinclair

Churchwarden, St Pancras Vestry in 1897. Andrew Behan has researched this man...

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John William Dixon

Chairman of the Parliamentary and General Purposes Committee, St Pancras Vest...

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Stephen Kavanagh

Builder active in 1897.

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St Pancras Way bridge - opened

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Durham Brothers, Atlas Foundry

Writing about Bow Road Edith's Streets has: "203 & 205 Atlas Iron Foundry...

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