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nine elms station London 1838

nine elms station London 1838

Nine Elms Terminus

Nine Elms Terminus

Locomotive running shed at Nine Elms, south London, 11 June 1902. The engine shed housed locomotives that operated on the London & South Western Railway. The sheds were arranged in a semi-circle around central turntables, and there were also repair facilities. Nine Elms was the home of the LSWR's works, which opened in 1839, but it closed in 1908 and was transferred to Eastleigh, close to Southampton. Nine Elms had also been the site of the first London terminus for the L&SWR, but it was…

Locomotive running shed at Nine Elms, south London, 11 June 1902. The engine shed housed locomotives that operated on the London & South Western Railway. The sheds were arranged in a semi-circle around central turntables, and there were also repair facilities. Nine Elms was the home of the LSWR's works, which opened in 1839, but it closed in 1908 and was transferred to Eastleigh, close to Southampton. Nine Elms had also been the site of the first London terminus for the L&SWR, but it was…

Nine Elms Terminus NRMLSWR

Nine Elms Terminus NRMLSWR

Black Prince Road. I remember this road very well as I walked along it many times to my grandparents in Goda Street.

Black Prince Road. I remember this road very well as I walked along it many times to my grandparents in Goda Street.

Old East Street Market, this shot taken after a busy day when stalls would have been on each side and loads of customers hunted for bargains.

Old East Street Market, this shot taken after a busy day when stalls would have been on each side and loads of customers hunted for bargains.

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