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Railway employees who died on D-Day

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Railway employees who died on D-Day

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Waterloo D-Day 50th anniversary

In commemoration of the 50th anniversary of D-Day, 6th June 1994. In memory o...

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Chelsea Bridge

Chelsea Bridge

At the same time that Battersea Park was created the first bridge at its eastern corner was built (shown in the image). This was opened in 1858, as Victoria Bridge, by Queen Victoria on her way to ...

Building, Transport

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
Waterloo Bridge

Waterloo Bridge

The first bridge at this site was built by John Rennie and named following British victory at the Battle of Waterloo, 1815. The 1831 demolition of the old medieval London Bridge caused changes in t...

Building, Transport

4 memorials
King William Street underground station

King William Street underground station

The station took over an existing building, number 46, entrance and booking hall on the ground floor with offices above. Became obsolete when the line was extended to Moorgate and was demolished in...

Building, Commerce, Transport

1 memorial
Gresley Society Trust

Gresley Society Trust

From the Trust's website: "Our purpose is to study and celebrate the life and works of Sir Nigel Gresley in particular, and the works and achievements of the London & North Eastern Railway in g...

Group, Community / Clubs, Engineering, History, Transport

1 memorial