Group    From /5/2001 

Network Rail

Categories: Transport

Government-created owner and operator of most of the rail infrastructure in Great Britain. It superseded Railtrack P.L.C.

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

This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
Network Rail

Creations Information

Asquith Xavier

Unveiled in the the fiftieth anniversary year of his victory.

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First Blackfriars Station

SER Blackfriars Station This is the entrance to the former Blackfriars Statio...

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King's Cross Station

King's Cross Station - Lewis Cubitt (1799 - 1883) architect. The station was ...

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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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Lewisham train disaster

In memory of those who lost their lives. Lewisham train disaster, 4th Decembe...

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Other Subjects

Greenwich Foot Tunnel

Greenwich Foot Tunnel

Pedestrian tunnel under the Thames designed by Sir Alexander Binnie, linking Greenwich town centre in the south with Island Gardens Park in the north. It is 1,215 feet (370.2 m) long and 50 feet (1...

Building, Engineering, Transport

2 memorials
Charles Melville Hays

Charles Melville Hays

Railway president. Born in Rock Island, Illinois. He started working on the railroads at the age of 17, and progressed through the business, eventually becoming the General Manager of the Grand Tru...

Person, Tragedy, Transport, Canada, USA

1 memorial
Training ship Arethusa

Training ship Arethusa

Training ships were run by the Marine Society, and catered for boys from a wide range of backgrounds; from fee-paying prospective Merchant Navy officers, through those in Poor Law or other institut...

Vehicle, Children, Tragedy, Transport, Crimea

2 memorials
Bawley fishing boat

Bawley fishing boat

Whitebait were caught by this type of craft in the River Thames, until 1950. The picture source website tells us that the Bawley is a variation of the 'smack' type of ship. The name "is probably de...

Vehicle, Food & Drink, Transport

1 memorial
Norwood Junction subway

Norwood Junction subway

A step-free cut through from one side to the other of Norwood Junction Station, connecting Station Road to Clifford Road, was formally opened on 31 July 1912. It is claimed to be the world's first ...

Place, Transport

2 memorials