Place    From 1933 

Bakerloo Line

Categories: Transport

London Underground line running from Elephant and Castle to Harrow and Wealdstone. It was originally known as the Baker Street and Waterloo Railway.

Londonist have a good succinct history of this line.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Bakerloo Line

Commemorated ati

Baker Street and Waterloo Railway Centenary - Elephant and Castle

Bakerloo Line Centenary of the Baker Street & Waterloo Railway, 1906 - 2006

Read More

Baker Street and Waterloo Railway Centenary - Embankment

Bakerloo Line Centenary of the Baker Street & Waterloo Railway, 1906 - 2006

Read More

Baker Street and Waterloo Railway Centenary - Piccadilly Circus

Bakerloo Line Centenary of the Baker Street & Waterloo Railway, 1906 - 2006

Read More

Piccadilly Circus Station

Underground Heritage information. Piccadilly Circus Station. Listed as a buil...

Read More

Other Subjects

Bull and Mouth Inn

Bull and Mouth Inn

A coaching inn. From British History: "Burnt in the {1666 Great} Fire and rebuilt. Rebuilt about 1830-1 as the Queen's Hotel. Demolished 1887. The inn is said to have derived its name from the sign...

Building, Commerce, Food & Drink, Transport

2 memorials
Keith Hill

Keith Hill

MP, In 1999 Minister for London bringing London's Red Route Network into full operation.

Person, Politics & Administration, Transport

1 memorial
CGL Rail

CGL Rail

The City Greenwich Lewisham Rail Link PLC won the concession for the DLR extension to Lewisham.

Group, Transport

2 memorials
St Saviour’s Dock

St Saviour’s Dock

Our picture source, HSomerville provides a thorough history of this area and says "St Saviour's Dock was created in the 13th century by the Cluniac monks of Bermondsey Abbey."

Place, Commerce, Transport

1 memorial