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Employees of London & South Western Railway who died in WW1

Categories: Transport

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This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Employees of London & South Western Railway who died in WW1

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Waterloo Station Victory Arch

From the Waterloo station web site: "Waterloo is the UK's largest station, co...

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James (Jim) Selby

James (Jim) Selby

Stage coachman.  Lived at 7 Edgware Road.  On 13 July 1888, he established a record by driving “The Old Times” coach from Hatchett's Hotel to the “Old Ship” at Brighton and back - 108 miles in 7 ho...

Person, Sport / Games, Transport

1 memorial
City Road Basin

City Road Basin

Part of the Regent's Canal. Built in 1820 to allow boats to moor and unload cargo, initially brought long distance but it soon became used primarily to transport local coal and building materials. ...

Place, Commerce, Transport

1 memorial
Battersea Bridge

Battersea Bridge

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.

Building, Transport

1 memorial
Esso UK PLC

Esso UK PLC

Fuel company. The name is a phonetic representation of the initials of the company's predecessor Standard Oil. In 1972 it was generally replaced by the name Exxon. 

Group, Transport

2 memorials