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Strand underpass Waterloo Bridge + Strand underpass

Plaque: Strand underpass

Erection date: 21/1/1964

Inscription

Strand Underpass - London County Council
The underpass was opened on 21st January 1964 by the Right Hon Lord Morrison of Lambeth.

The Strand underpass is a one-way vehicle tunnel connecting Waterloo Bridge to Kingsway near Holborn. Opened in 1964, most of it was built within the former Kingsway tramway subway, which closed in the 1950s.

Site: Waterloo Bridge + Strand underpass (2 memorials)

WC2, Waterloo Bridge

These plaques are either side of the entrance to the Somerset House terrace: Strand Underpass on the left (north), Waterloo Bridge on the right (south).

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Strand underpass

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Kingsway tram tunnel / Strand underpass

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Strand underpass

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London County Council

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Herbert Morrison

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Strand underpass

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Waterloo Bridge

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