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Employees of London & South Western Railway who died in WW1

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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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Sapper Samuel James Charman

Sapper Samuel James Charman

Samuel James Charman was born in Beckenham, Kent, one of the nine children of David Charman (1838-1912) and Sarah Charman née Wilson (184-1920), whose birth was registered in the 2nd quarter of 189...

Person, Armed Forces, Transport, France

War dead, WW1
1 memorial
St Saviour’s Dock

St Saviour’s Dock

Our picture source, HSomerville provides a thorough history of this area and says "St Saviour's Dock was created in the 13th century by the Cluniac monks of Bermondsey Abbey."

Place, Commerce, Transport

1 memorial
Moorgate tube disaster

Moorgate tube disaster

At Moorgate station a southbound tube train from Drayton Park failed to stop on a terminus platform, ran into the tunnel, through the buffers and smashed into the wall at the end.  Because it was b...

Event, Tragedy, Transport

2 memorials
Phillips & Hopwood

Phillips & Hopwood

From Village Pumps: "Samuel Phillips was making fire engines by 1760; in 1797 the firm became Phillips & Hopwood; in 1811 it was James Hopwood; by 1818 it was Hopwood & Tilley; by 1825 Till...

Group, Craft / Design, Transport

1 memorial
Sir Thomas Sopwith

Sir Thomas Sopwith

Aviator and aircraft manufacturer. Designed the Sopwith Camel. Aged 10 accidentally killed his father in a shooting accident. Expert ice skater and a legend in the yachting America's Cup. Born 92 C...

Person, Aviation, Engineering, Sport / Games, Transport

1 memorial