Building    From 1766  To 1864

City Road turnpike

Categories: Commerce, Transport

Building

From Geograph: This turnpike was merged into the Metropolitan Turnpike Trust by act of parliament and closed by the enactment of the Metropolis Roads Amendment Act 1863 (c.78). From 1 July 1864.

See this turnpike on a map of 1790.

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City Road turnpike

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City Road turnpike

Historic Site City Road turnpike stood near here, 1766 - 1864. London Borou...

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Baron Herman de Stern

Baron Herman de Stern

Born Frankfurt, moved to London by the 1840s where he joined his brother David. There were other brothers in Paris and Berlin so their banking business covered Europe and was extremely successful. ...

Person, Commerce

1 memorial
London Stock Exchange

London Stock Exchange

1698 At Jonathan’s Coffee House  John Castaing published a list of currency, stock and commodity prices  It included prices for gold, ducats, silver staters and pieces of eight. 1773 A more formal...

Group, Commerce

1 memorial
Tata Consumer Products

Tata Consumer Products

From their website: "Tata Consumer was formed with a vision to synergise, simplify and scale the principal consumer products interests of the Tata Group under one umbrella Today, we are one of the ...

Group, Commerce, Food & Drink

1 memorial
Barnet Emanuel Ltd

Barnet Emanuel Ltd

Trader at Covent Garden Market at its original site.

Group, Commerce

1 memorial
C. A. Robinson & Co

C. A. Robinson & Co

Scrap metal dealers in Greenwich, founded by Charles Robinson.  In 1953 leased the land that became Anchor Iron & Crowley's Wharf, and moved there. The principal cargoes were scrap iron, lead i...

Group, Commerce

3 memorials