Event    From 18/11/1987  To 18/11/1987

King's Cross fire

Categories: Engineering, Tragedy

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
King's Cross fire

Commemorated atInformation

Colin Townsley - red plaque

Unveiled on the 34th anniversary of the fire and Townsley's death.

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King's Cross fire - clock

When we first spotted this memorial, in November 2004, there was just the pla...

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King's Cross fire - names

{On the top plaque:} King's Cross Disaster Fund In memory of the 31 people ...

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Soho Fire Station - Clermont

In a 2012 European Trade Union Institute publication concerning firefighters'...

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Soho Fire Station - King's Cross fire

From Emergency we know that this plaque was erected on or before 19 July 2017.

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Other Subjects

William Booth Scott

William Booth Scott

William Booth Scott was born on 18 August 1822 in Hammersmith, the son of John James Scott (1789-1860) and Sophie Scott née Germaine (1791-1850). He married Emily Murley Porter (1825-1901), the ma...

Person, Engineering

3 memorials
Ludwig Wittgenstein

Ludwig Wittgenstein

Philosopher. Born Ludwig Josef Johann Wittgenstein in Neuwaldeggerstrasse, Neuwaldegg, Vienna, into a very wealthy Jewish international family, but brought up a Catholic. Initially he studied mecha...

Person, Engineering, Philosophy, Austria

1 memorial
Sir John Fowler

Sir John Fowler

Civil engineer. Born in Wadsley, Sheffield. Fowler's was a long and eminent career, spanning most of the 19th century's railway expansion, and he was engineer, adviser or consultant to many British...

Person, Engineering

1 memorial
Captain Michael Studholme

Captain Michael Studholme

HM Surveyor of Roads, 1690-1715.  Not a poor man, he owned property in St Martin's-in-the-Fields, St James's and Dover.

Person, Engineering

1 memorial