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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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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
transportation to Australia

transportation to Australia

One of the (many) supposed origins of the word 'pom' for an Englishman, is that convicts were branded with the initials of 'Prisoner of Millbank'.

Event, Law, Transport, Australia

5 memorials
Metropolitan Railway Company

Metropolitan Railway Company

This was the world's first underground passenger railway which opened from Paddington to Farringdon via Baker Street Station on 10th January 1863. IanVisits has reproduced an Illustrated London Ne...

Group, Transport

7 memorials
Liverpool Street Station restoration

Liverpool Street Station restoration

First opened in 1874. Extensively modified between 1985 and 1992. Opened by the Queen in 1991. 2023: Spitalfields Life have many photos of the old station and at Spitalfields Life 2.

Event, Transport

1 memorial