This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
International Rail Safety Day
In memory of the travelling public and Railway Workers, who lost their lives ...
This toll gate is thought to have stood about where Marble Arch now stands.
Building, Commerce, Property, Transport
Born Bristol. "The sailors' friend", whose Load Line prevented ships becoming dangerously overloaded. Sand shoes were renamed for him since the lower section is rubber and the upper is canvas: dry...
Person, Politics & Administration, Transport
AC Cars are Britain’s oldest car manufacturers having been producing cars since 1901. Founded by John Weller and John Portwine. The company name comes from an early model, the Auto Carrier, pictur...
Group, Engineering, Transport
Aircraft designer and manufacturer. His company manufactured the Halifax bombers used in WW2.
Person, Aviation, Engineering, Transport
Whitebait were caught by this type of craft in the River Thames, until 1950. The picture source website tells us that the Bawley is a variation of the 'smack' type of ship. The name "is probably de...
Vehicle, Food & Drink, Transport