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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.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
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
London and Croydon Railway

London and Croydon Railway

It ran from London Bridge to central Croydon, partly following the route of the defunct Croydon Canal. It eventually merged with other railways to form the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway,...

Place, Transport

1 memorial
South Eastern Railway Company

South Eastern Railway Company

Originally formed as a line running from London to Dover. Branch lines were later added to other destinations in Kent. The company also operated a number of ships to the Continent. It was abolished...

Group, Transport

1 memorial
Spitfire aircraft

Spitfire aircraft

From our Picture source: "Produced in greater numbers than any other British combat aircraft before or since the War, 20,341 Spitfires were built in 22 different variants (excluding the navalised S...

Vehicle, Armed Forces, Aviation, Transport

5 memorials
Jellicoe Express

Jellicoe Express

Officially 'The Euston to Thurso Naval Special' this was known as the Misery Express. From 1917 this Royal Navy train ran daily between London Euston and Thurso during both world wars. It was name...

Vehicle, Armed Forces, Transport, Scotland

1 memorial