Group    From 1862  To 1923

Great Eastern Railway

Categories: Transport

Formed from an amalgamation of the ECR, EAR, NMR, NR and EUR. Ceased to exist when it become a part of the LNER. Primarily linked London Liverpool Street to Norwich but also served much of East Anglia.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Great Eastern Railway

Commemorated atInformation

Loughton Station

Loughton is a London Underground station on the Central line, and is a Grade ...

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Stratford Depot

Other sources give varying opening and closing dates for the depot.

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This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
Great Eastern Railway

Creations Information

WW1 at Liverpool Street Station

An error in one of the names (Cleathers / Cleathero) has been pointed out to ...

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