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Transport Trust

Categories: History, Transport

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 plaque scheme here: Red Wheels.

This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
Transport Trust

Creations i

Ace Cafe

Ace Cafe Built 1938 as part of a service area for the new North Circular Road...

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First underground railway - red plaque

Metropolitan Railway The world's first underground railway opened from Paddin...

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Post Office Railway

'Mail Rail' - Post Office Railway, 1927 - 2003, 6½ mile, 2 ft gauge, driverle...

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Roundhouse

The web page given on the plaque plots 900 British transport heritage sites o...

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Spa Road Station - Spa Road

The web page given on the plaque plots 900 British transport heritage sites o...

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Other Subjects

Francis Cranmer Penrose

Francis Cranmer Penrose

Architect, archaeologist, astronomer and rower.  Born Lincolnshire.  Surveyor to the Fabric of St Paul's Cathedral 1852 - 1899.  Died Wimbledon.

Person, Architecture, History, Science, Sport / Games

2 memorials
Dick Moy

Dick Moy

Richard Francis Moy was born on 6 May 1932, the son of Richard Albert Moy (1902-1971) and Doris Winifred Garrood (1907-2009). His birth was registered in the 2nd quarter of 1932 in the Lambeth regi...

Person, Community / Clubs, History

1 memorial
Battlefields Trust

Battlefields Trust

Founded to preserve the battle sites of Britain. The founding motivation was the fact that the battlefield of Naseby, (a perfectly preserved site of the battle of the English Civil War), was to be ...

Group, Armed Forces, History

1 memorial