Building    From 1771 

Battersea Bridge

Categories: Transport

In 1771 a ferry was replaced with a wooden toll bridge designed (badly, apparently) by Henry Holland - shown in our image. The replacement bridge was begun in 1887 and opened in 1890.

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Battersea Bridge

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Battersea Bridge

Crossing the River by Brian Cookson points out that the 18th of June was a br...

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Palace Gates Line

Palace Gates Line

The line was constructed by the Great Eastern Railway with a temporary terminus at Noel Park and Wood Green before being opened to Palace Gates. A connection to Bowes Park on the Hertford Loop Line...

Place, Transport

1 memorial
Great Eastern Railway

Great Eastern Railway

Formed from an amalgamation of the ECR, EAR, NMR, NR and EUR.  Ceased to exist when it become a part of the LNER.  Primarily linked London Liverpool Street to Norwich but also served much of East A...

Group, Transport

3 memorials
First car park in Marylebone

First car park in Marylebone

The first municipal car park in St Marylebone was unveiled in 1965.

Building, Transport

1 memorial
Charing Cross Railway Company

Charing Cross Railway Company

IanVisits has reprinted an article from the Illustrated London News about the building of the railway from London Bridge to Charing Cross. The company was formed by the South Eastern Railway Compa...

Group, Transport

2 memorials
Malcolm Campbell

Malcolm Campbell

Holder of land and water speed records. Born Chislehurst, Kent. He broke the land speed record for the first time in 1924 and went on to break it a further nine times (five at Daytona Beach, Florid...

Person, Sport / Games, Transport, USA

2 memorials