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Chiltern Railways

Categories: Transport

A train operating company owned by Arriva UK Trains. It operates commuter/regional services from its Central London terminus at London Marylebone along the M40 corridor, as well as long distance services to the West Midlands.

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

This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
Chiltern Railways

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John Betjeman - Marylebone

As the gateway to Metroland, Betjeman was fond of this station.

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Macclesfield Bridge explosion

Macclesfield Bridge explosion

From London Gardens Trust: "The bridge over the Regent's Canal to the north west of the Park was originally called North Gate Bridge but was re named in honour of Lord Macclesfield, the Chairman of...

Event, Tragedy, Transport

1 memorial
Charles Tyson Yerkes

Charles Tyson Yerkes

First things first - pronounce his name to rhyme to with turkeys.  He has a claim to having created London Transport. Born Philadelphia. The memorial describes him as 'creative' and 'imaginative' ...

Person, Transport, USA

2 memorials
City and South London Railway / Northern Line

City and South London Railway / Northern Line

The world's first underground electric railway, the world's first deep tunnel railway, and the first purpose-built railway tunnel under the Thames. This became what we know as the Bank branch of th...

Group, Transport

4 memorials
West Ham tram and bus depot

West Ham tram and bus depot

Situated in Greengate Street, West Ham, this tram depot opened in October 1906, then housed trolleybuses from June 1937 until April 1960. Motorbus operation commenced in November 1959 until October...

Building, Transport

1 memorial
Surrey Docks

Surrey Docks

The south bank of the Thames used to be in Surrey, now in Southwark. The first dock created here in 1696 was initially named Howland Great Wet Dock and then Greenland Dock due to the whaling ships ...

Place, Commerce, Transport

10 memorials