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Waterloo WW2 plaque Waterloo Station Victory Arch & plaques

Plaque: Waterloo WW2 plaque
War Memorial


To the memory of the 626 men of the Southern Railway who gave their lives in the 1939 - 1945 War.

Site: Waterloo Station Victory Arch & plaques (4 memorials)

SE1, Waterloo Station

Constructed 1907-22. The long station front was designed in phases by James Robb Scott. Only the Victory Arch is listed.  At one time this building must have looked quite good, but now the ghastly surroundings have pretty well defeated it.   View from the Mirror has an excellent post on the creation of Waterloo station as a more central terminus, an extension from Nine Elms, and another, more about this Victory Arch.

Enter the station via this arch and at the top of the steps you pass through a large entrance lobby containing all the plaques listed here, for WW1, WW2 and the D-Day 50th anniversary.

Bonus fact:  Waterloo Station is named after the bridge, which was opened in 1817, 2 years after the battle.

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This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Waterloo WW2 plaque

Information Subjects commemorated

World War 2

Sorry, we've done no research on WW2, it's just too big a subject. But do vis...

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Southern Railway, 626 men who died in WW2

626 men of the Southern Railway who died in WW2.

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Waterloo WW2 plaque

Information Also at this site

Waterloo D-Day 50th anniversary

In commemoration of the 50th anniversary of D-Day, 6th June 1994. In memory o...

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Waterloo Station Victory Arch

From the Waterloo station web site: "Waterloo is the UK's largest station, co...

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Waterloo WW1 war memorial

Our photo shows just one of the four panels.  See Stockwell War Memorial for ...

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