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Red Cross Street

Categories: Transport

Used to run from the Beech Street / Golden Lane junction, where there was a red cross, due south to St Giles Cripplegate at Fore Street.  Londonist have found a map that shows the Barbican overlaid on top of the old street map of the area.

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Red Cross Street

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Fan makers

The Fan Makers' Company met in their Common Hall in Red Cross Street to adopt...

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Great Eastern Street

Great Eastern Street

Constructed 1872-6 by The Metropolitan Board of Works. Opened in 1876. Improved in 1880-2.

Place, Engineering, Transport

1 memorial
Chiltern Railways

Chiltern Railways

A train operating company owned by Arriva UK Trains. It operates commuter/regional services from its Central London terminus at London Marylebone along the M40 corridor, as well as long distance se...

Group, 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
City Road turnpike

City Road turnpike

From Geograph: This turnpike was merged into the Metropolitan Turnpike Trust by act of parliament and closed by the enactment of the Metropolis Roads Amendment Act 1863 (c.78). From 1 July 1864. S...

Building, Commerce, Transport

1 memorial
Transport Trust

Transport Trust

The Transport Trust is a charitable institution that aims to increase and channel support for transport preservation, acting as the hub of the transport preservation movement. More about their pla...

Group, History, Transport

5 memorials