Building    From 4/11/1890  To 25/2/1900

King William Street underground station

Categories: Commerce, Transport

The station took over an existing building, number 46, entrance and booking hall on the ground floor with offices above. Became obsolete when the line was extended to Moorgate and was demolished in 1933. Used as a bomb shelter in WW2.

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King William Street underground station

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King William Street underground station

Corporation of London Site of King William Street Underground Station. First ...

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Barratt Homes Limited

Barratt Homes Limited

One of the largest residential property development companies in the United Kingdom. It was founded as Greensitt Bros., but control was later assumed by Sir Lawrie Barratt.

Group, Commerce

2 memorials
Edwin Waterhouse

Edwin Waterhouse

Accountant. Born Liverpool to wealthy Quaker parents, brother to Alfred Waterhouse. With Samuel Lowell Price and William Hopkins Holyland he founded the accountancy firm, Price Waterhouse. Preside...

Person, Commerce

1 memorial
J. Collingbridge

J. Collingbridge

Trader at Covent Garden Market at its original site.

Group, Commerce

1 memorial
Manoel Vieira

Manoel Vieira

Portuguese merchant.

Person, Commerce, Portugal

1 memorial
LEO Computers Society

LEO Computers Society

From the Picture source: "This is the site of the LEO Computers Society celebrating the World's first business computer. Membership of the Society is open to: all ex-employees of LEO Computers and ...

Group, Commerce, Community / Clubs, History, Science

1 memorial