Group    From 1923 

Southern Railway

Categories: Transport

Formed by the amalgamation of several railway companies, including: London South Western Railway, London, Brighton & South Coast Railway and South Eastern & Chatham Railway. Southern Railway owned Waterloo from 1923 - 48.

This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
Southern Railway

Creations i

Nine Elms Motive Power

Southern Railway (SR on the plaque) lost their ownership of Waterloo when the...

Read More

Other Subjects

Putney Bridge

Putney Bridge

The first bridge crossing the river here was constructed in wood and opened in November 1729. Badly damaged by a boat in 1870 it was repaired but then completely replaced, with the stone structure ...

Building, Transport

1 memorial
London & South Western Railway

London & South Western Railway

Initially named London and Southampton Railway it connected all the way to Plymouth into a London terminus at Nine Elms. The line was extended in 1848 to terminate at the new station Waterloo. L&am...

Group, Transport

2 memorials
Marcial Echenique

Marcial Echenique

Professor of Land Use and Transport Studies and Dean of Architecture at Cambridge.  Born Chile.  Awarded an OBE in 2009.

Person, Architecture, Education, Transport, Chile

1 memorial
Hampstead Road Bridge over Grand Union Canal

Hampstead Road Bridge over Grand Union Canal

The Listing for the current bridge tells us it is a "Public road bridge over the Grand Union Canal and towpaths. 1876, replacing an earlier inadequate brick bridge of c1815. Provided by the St Panc...

Building, Transport

1 memorial
Network Rail

Network Rail

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 It superseded Railtrack P.L.C.

Group, Transport

7 memorials