Event    From 1985  To 1991

Liverpool Street Station restoration

Categories: Transport

First opened in 1874. Extensively modified between 1985 and 1992. Opened by the Queen in 1991.

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Liverpool Street Station restoration

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Liverpool Street Station restoration

Unusually high quality plaque, for the date.

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Lord Ashfield

Lord Ashfield

Transport organizer and politician. Born Albert Henry Knattriess at New Normanton, Derbyshire. His family moved to the USA in 1880 and changed their surname to Stanley. While working for various tr...

Person, Politics & Administration, Transport, USA

2 memorials
National Railway Heritage Award

National Railway Heritage Award

From their website: "We are the only Awards body dedicated to encouraging and rewarding best practice in the restoration and continued upkeep of our rich heritage of railway and tramway buildings a...

Group, Craft / Design, History, Transport

1 memorial
Serjeant William Stuart Lock Maxwell

Serjeant William Stuart Lock Maxwell

William Stuart Lock Maxwell was born in Brixton, one of the six children of William Henry Maxwell (1864-1938) and Agnes Sarah Maxwell née Lock (1864-1953). His birth was registered in 4th quarter o...

Person, Armed Forces, War Memorial WW1, Transport, Egypt

2 memorials
RMS Titanic Engineers

RMS Titanic Engineers

The team led by Chief Engineer Joseph Bell comprised 24 engineers, 6 electrical engineers, two boilermakers, a plumber and a clerk. When the ship foundered, they all (including those off-duty) stru...

Group, Tragedy, Transport

1 memorial
Avro No. 1 Triplane

Avro No. 1 Triplane

Airplane designed and built by Alliott Verdon Roe. The first all-British aircraft, its maiden flight took place on Walthamstow Marshes. The photograph shows Roe standing by the plane. We guess Roe ...

Vehicle, Aviation, Transport

3 memorials