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men of Great Northern Railway who gave their lives in WW1

Categories: Transport

Forgive us, we've used this page as somewhere to hold the picture of the memorial in its original 1920 location.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
men of Great Northern Railway who gave their lives in WW1

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King's Cross war memorial - 1. pre-renovations

There are 937 names, listed alphabetically (with a few out of sequence) in 11...

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King's Cross War memorial - 2. temporary

{On the broken piece of stone to the upper right:} King's Cross Station conco...

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King's Cross war memorial - 3. post-renovations

{On the left side of the rusty information panel:} The war memorial at King’s...

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Other Subjects

Waterloo and City Railway

Waterloo and City Railway

A shuttle service between Waterloo and Bank (previously 'City') stations designed for commuters.  View from the Mirror has a very good post on this line. Londonist have a good succinct history of ...

Building, Transport

1 memorial
Ship Successe

Ship Successe

Ship originally built as the Bradford.  Referred to 4 times in Pepys' diary.  Was in harbour from November 1658 and was paid off at a cost of £3228. Colonel John Birch and Sir Richard Browne were t...

Vehicle, Transport

1 memorial
National Railway Heritage Awards

National Railway Heritage Awards

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
Greenwich Meridian

Greenwich Meridian

A prime meridian. Established by Sir George Airy. By 1884, over two-thirds of all ships and tonnage used it as the reference meridian on their charts and maps. In October of that year, 41 delegates...

Place, Science, Transport

1 memorial
Underground Electric Railways of London

Underground Electric Railways of London

The fore-runner of the London Underground system. The London Electric Railways Company (1910-33) was a subsidiary of UERL and managed the deep-level companies: the Baker Street and Waterloo Railwa...

Place, Transport

1 memorial