Building    From 1869  To 1962

Bow Road Railway Station

Categories: Architecture, Transport

The authoritative-looking picture source website gives the date of opening as 4 April 1892 (contradicting the plaque) and the closing date as 1949 for passengers and 1962 finally.

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Bow Road Railway Station

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Bow Road Railway Station

Bow Road Railway Station on the London And Blackwall Railway, built in 1869. ...

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