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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

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Baker Street and Waterloo Railway Centenary - Elephant and Castle

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

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Baker Street and Waterloo Railway Centenary - Embankment

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

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Baker Street and Waterloo Railway Centenary - Piccadilly Circus

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

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Piccadilly Circus Station

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

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Southwark Bridge

Southwark Bridge

One of the more colourful bridges over the Thames. The first crossing on this site was opened in 1819 and was originally known as the Queen Street Bridge. The current bridge was designed by Ernest ...

Place, Transport

2 memorials
Marine Society

Marine Society

From the Marine Society: "Founded with the aim of providing men to fight in the King's ships as Britain faced war with most of Europe, The Marine Society was the world's first charity dedicated to ...

Group, Armed Forces, Community / Clubs, Transport

1 memorial
Ernest George Neighbour

Ernest George Neighbour

The photo shows Ernie with his wife Lily on their wedding day before he went to war. He was captured in Singapore in 1942. From the Picture source: "Mr Neighbour grew up in the Caledonian Road area...

Person, Armed Forces, Transport

War served, WW2
1 memorial
Leslie Green

Leslie Green

Architect. Born Leslie William Green in Maida Vale. In 1903 he was appointed as architect for the Underground Electric Railways Company of London (UERL) to design stations for three underground rai...

Person, Architecture, Transport

2 memorials
King William Street underground station

King William Street underground station

The station took over an existing building, number 46, entrance and booking hall on the ground floor with offices above. Became obsolete when the line was extended to Moorgate and was demolished in...

Building, Commerce, Transport

1 memorial