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There are 8 pages of railways in this region.
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Charing Cross Railway


Former entrance to the original Blackfriars Station on Blackfriars Road on 24 July 2014. Planned by the Charing Cross Railway Company, it was opened by the South Eastern Railway in January 1864 and closed five years later when replaced by Waterloo (later Waterloo East). [Bill Roberton]

Charing Cross, Euston and Hampstead Railway


Considering the value of property in London the old Northern line tube station at Euston is remarkably unchanged long after its closure [See image 5179]. The complex story of this station and what lies beneath the red tiled exterior can be found in the Abandoned Stations website. [Mark Bartlett]

Chobham Farm Spur (Great Eastern Railway)


Gangway please!!! The driver of Silverlink 313111 about to attempt a quick change of ends at Stratford in 2005. Good luck with that. The NLL service from Richmond had arrived late due to engineering works around the station. View is north along low level platforms 1&2, with the route to ... [John Furnevel]

Croxley Green Branch (London and North Western Railway)


Prior to the opening of Watford football stadium halt in 1982, the only intermediate station on the Watford High Street to Croxley Green branch was Watford West. This photo, taken at Watford West on the afternoon of 20th September 1979, shows a Class 501 EMU departing for Watford Junction. [Mark Dufton]

Docklands Light Railway


View west from Poplar station on the Docklands Light Railway in the summer of 2005, with a train leaving the platform destined for Tower Gateway. At the upper left of the photograph, on the other side of West India Dock Road, another DLR train is standing at the ... [John Furnevel]
East London Line Extension

East London Railway


Built between 1825 and 1843 the Thames Tunnel linking Rotherhithe and Wapping was the first to pass below a navigable river. When upgrading the line, LU had planned to reinforce all arches with concrete but this was strongly resisted by heritage bodies. The compromise was to leave four arches ... [John Thorn]

List of locations in this area

Blackfriars (Old) 

Canary Wharf Canning Town Croxley Green 

Euston 

Heron Quays 

Mornington Crescent 

Poplar Pudding Mill Lane 

Rotherhithe 

Shadwell Shoreditch Stratford 

Thames Tunnel 

Wapping Waterloo East Watford West West India Quay Whitechapel