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EAW024225 ENGLAND (1949). Lord's Cricket Ground, Day Two of the Second Test of the New Zealand Tour of England, 1949

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Details

Title [EAW024225] Lord's Cricket Ground, Day Two of the Second Test of the New Zealand Tour of England, 1949
Reference EAW024225
Date 27-June-1949
Link
Place name LORD'S CRICKET GROUND
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 526777, 182739
Longitude / Latitude -0.17217880512916, 51.528830212288
National Grid Reference TQ268827

Pins

1924 built "St Johns Wood" station building, on the Metropolitan line. The original Victorian one stands behind it. The station closed for good on 30/11/1939 http://www.disused-stations.org.uk/l/lords/index.shtml

Leslie B
Thursday 14th of April 2016 02:40:28 PM
Lords (Previously St Johns Wood) Metropolitan Line Station, Closed on 30 November 1939. More here: http://www.disused-stations.org.uk/l/lords/index.shtml

Leslie B
Thursday 14th of April 2016 02:40:04 PM
This building is the Original Victorian Metropolitan Railway Booking hall of what was then St Johns Wood Road station, It stands here hidden behind the 1924 replacement, that lasted way after the station closed (as Lords) in 1939. More here http://www.disused-stations.org.uk/l/lords/index.shtml

Leslie B
Thursday 14th of April 2016 02:31:53 PM
Commencing the day at 20-0 in reply to Englands first innings total of 313-9 declared (Compton 116, Bailey 93), New Zealand went on to reach 372-7 with Donnelly 126*. He went on to score 206 out of a total of 484 and the match, which was only of 3 days duration, predictably ended in a draw.

mannidaze
Saturday 30th of August 2014 05:39:05 PM
St Mark Hamilton Terrace

Chelsea61
Wednesday 26th of March 2014 06:16:22 PM