Group    From 1838  To 1922

London & South Western Railway

Categories: Transport

Initially named London and Southampton Railway it connected all the way to Plymouth into a London terminus at Nine Elms. The line was extended in 1848 to terminate at the new station Waterloo. L&SWR was eventually merged with others to be come the Southern Railway

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
London & South Western Railway

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Fulham Railway Bridge

Fulham Railway Bridge Constructed 1887 to 1889 by London South Western Railwa...

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PP - 4X - Pemberton

“Gauging the line” must be a job done on the track itself but we are not sure...

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High Speed 1

High Speed 1

A high-speed railway link from London through Kent to the UK end of the Channel Tunnel. Officially known as the Channel Tunnel Rail Link (CTRL) and originally as the Union Railway or Continental Ma...

Place, Transport

2 memorials
Bow Railway Station

Bow Railway Station

Former railway station. Opened by the East & West India Docks and Birmingham Junction Railway, which was later renamed the North London Railway (NLR). It was located close to the second Bow Roa...

Building, Transport

1 memorial
Network SouthEast

Network SouthEast

Operated trains in London and the South East.

Group, Transport

1 memorial
Deptford Station

Deptford Station

The oldest working railway station in London. It is on the North Kent line and is built on a high brick viaduct. A new modern station is planned to open close to the current site in 2012.

Place, Transport

1 memorial