Group    From 1833  To 1846

London and Birmingham Railway

Categories: Transport

Built the first intercity line into London (Euston), opened in sections, 1837- 8, engineered by Robert Stephenson. Merged with other railways to form the London and North Western Railway. The image shows the mouth of the newly-built Primrose Hill Tunnel.

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London and Birmingham Railway

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Harrow & Wealdstone Station

Harrow & Wealdstone Station Opened by London and Birmingham Railway, 20.7...

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Camden Roundhouse

Camden Roundhouse

Built to service trains using Euston, London's first railway terminus. It became obsolete by 1855 when locomotives outgrew its turntable. It then became a warehouse for Gilbey's Gin. In the 1960s t...

Building, Music / songs, Theatre, Transport

1 memorial
Robert Seaward

Robert Seaward

We can't find any confirmation but our guess is that Seaward worked at the tube station and through his efforts some sort of club space was provided for his fellow workers in the building. Can anyo...

Person, Transport

1 memorial
Stratford Underground crash

Stratford Underground crash

The accident, caused by driver error after a signal failure, occurred on the Central line of the London Underground. A signal in the tunnel between Stratford and Leyton had been damaged, and this a...

Event, Tragedy, Transport

1 memorial
AC Cars Limited

AC Cars Limited

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

1 memorial