Building    From 15/3/1899 

Marylebone Station

Categories: Transport

A Central London railway terminus and London Underground complex, designed by Henry William Braddock. Originally it was the London terminus of the former Great Central Railway, and is now the London terminus for Chiltern Railways. It is the only London terminal station to host only diesel trains, having no electrified lines.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Marylebone Station

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Marylebone Station Centenary

April 2015: this plaque and coat of arms have been removed. We didn't searc...

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Richard Green

Richard Green

Ship-owner and philanthropist. Probably born in the family house in Blackwall Yard, Poplar, the son of shipbuilder George Green. After completing his studies, he entered the business which speciali...

Person, Engineering, Philanthropy, Transport

1 memorial
Lord Hore-Belisha

Lord Hore-Belisha

Born Isaac Leslie Belisha in London. Politician. His widowed mother married Sir Adair Hore in 1912, and the surnames were merged. Entered parliament as a Liberal in 1923, and became minister of tra...

Person, Politics & Administration, Transport, France

1 memorial
Private Leonard Philip Maris

Private Leonard Philip Maris

Leonard Philip Maris was born in 1886 in Willesborough, Ashford, Kent, the youngest of the ten children of Alfred Maris (1841-1886) and Mary Ann Maris née Chittenden (1846-1930).His birth was regis...

Person, Transport, Germany

War dead, WW1
1 memorial
Southern Railway, 626 men who died in WW2

Southern Railway, 626 men who died in WW2

626 men of the Southern Railway who died in WW2.

Group, Transport

3 memorials