Passengers No More: lost and forgotten railways of London

Passengers No More: lost and forgotten railways of London

This event has finished Took place on: Tuesday, 20th Oct 2020

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There are a surprising number of closed railway lines and stations in London. Join Stephen to explore some lost and forgotten railways.

This is a virtual tour conducted live hosted via Zoom video conferencing where your guide will show slides and give a talk to accompany them. There will be the opportunity for questions both during and after the talk.

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London has numerous closed and abandoned railway lines and stations. Some have completely vanished leaving no physical trace, such as Holborn Viaduct and Broad Street stations in the City whilst in other places there are tantalising reminders of the past, such as Crystal Palace High Level , Spa Road Bermondsey and Highgate. In some cases no longer needed railway buildings have found new uses as can be seen at Fulham Broadway and Denmark Hill. Join Stephen as he roves across London and shares with you many of the lost and forgotten railways of London.

Cost: £10


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2020-10-20 2020-10-20 Europe/London Passengers No More: lost and forgotten railways of London There are a surprising number of closed railway lines and stations in London. Join Stephen to explore some lost and forgotten railways. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2020/10/20/passengers-no-more-lost-and-forgotten-railways-of-london-244828 ,,,

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