Place    From 1839  To 2006

Stratford Depot

Categories: Engineering, Transport

A Motive Power Depot (MPD) used for the storage of train engines when not in use.

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

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Stratford Depot

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Stratford Depot

Other sources give varying opening and closing dates for the depot.

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Henry Watson Dodds

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David Gestetner

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1 memorial
Francis Ernest George Coy

Francis Ernest George Coy

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