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EPW009093 ENGLAND (1923). Lord's Cricket Ground and environs, St John's Wood, 1923

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Details

Title [EPW009093] Lord's Cricket Ground and environs, St John's Wood, 1923
Reference EPW009093
Date 1923
Link
Place name ST JOHN'S WOOD
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 526942, 182564
Longitude / Latitude -0.16986428793775, 51.527220257999
National Grid Reference TQ269826

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The original station building for St Johns Wood (Metropolitan Railway). A year after this view a more modern station building will be placed in front of it. The station closed on 20 November 1939, having been renamed "Lords" a few months earlier.

Leslie B
Tuesday 3rd of April 2018 02:27:37 PM
Wharncliffe Gardens, a GCR housing estate. I was born here in 1949.

AndyB
Monday 11th of May 2015 09:33:27 PM