Group    From 1897  To 1923

Great Central Railway

Categories: Transport

A railway company which came into being when the Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway changed its name in anticipation of the opening of its London extension. It was eventually grouped into the London and North Eastern Railway.

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

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Great Central Railway

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Marylebone Station Centenary

April 2015: this plaque and coat of arms have been removed. We didn't searc...

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Great Central Railway Chief Goods Manager's Office Employees

Andrew Behan has researched all the names on this plaque and writes that it w...

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Great Central Railway Engineers Office Staff

Great Central Railway Engineers Office Marylebone. In memory of L. Blanden H....

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Great Central Railway London and District Goods Department Staff

{Beneath the Great Central Railway coat of arms:} Great Central Railway Londo...

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