EPW050020 ENGLAND (1936). The junction of Fairfield West and Clarence Street, Kingston upon Thames, 1936. This image has been produced from a print.

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Title [EPW050020] The junction of Fairfield West and Clarence Street, Kingston upon Thames, 1936. This image has been produced from a print.
Reference EPW050020
Date May-1936
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Place name KINGSTON UPON THAMES
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 518267, 169381
Longitude / Latitude -0.29928354376319, 51.410607759857
National Grid Reference TQ183694

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Hawker Aircraft factory - earlier the Sopwith Aviation factory.

KiwiMike
Wednesday 27th of February 2019 10:24:23 PM
Improved pedestrian flows are the result of a new concrete bridge. The new station is a mixture of the Southern's concrete and brick designs. It has stood the test of time fairly well, still being in use today.

Maurice
Friday 4th of September 2015 09:18:22 AM
Are these signs of the station being rebuilt? There are no adverts on the hoardings and the canopy roofs seem to be incomplete. The platform edge of the bay seems to be very clean and the yard in front of the station has string of long wheelbase, open 4 wheeled wagons that could well have brought in the components for reconstruction... for example concrete platform materials from the Exmouth Junction Concrete works in Exeter.

Maurice
Friday 4th of September 2015 09:15:28 AM