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EAW048382 ENGLAND (1953). Pratt Ltd Works near Watford Junction, Watford, 1953

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Details

Title [EAW048382] Pratt Ltd Works near Watford Junction, Watford, 1953
Reference EAW048382
Date 5-February-1953
Link
Place name WATFORD
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 511119, 197539
Longitude / Latitude -0.3931387862802, 51.665164122895
National Grid Reference TQ111975

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The original street-level building of the first Watford station built by the London & Birmingham Railway. This building survives, but is now almost entirely concealed by an adjacent modern high-rise development. Nothing remains of the old track-level buildings. The station was rebuilt on its current site when the St Albans branch was opened in 1858.

The Laird
Tuesday 13th of October 2020 02:21:34 PM
Looks like a collection of old coaching stock now in the service of the Engineering department.

John Wass
Tuesday 13th of February 2018 03:32:51 PM
Looks like a Train Ferry van.

John Wass
Tuesday 13th of February 2018 03:30:57 PM
It's 1953 and the L.M.S.Railway has been gone some five years. This 2-6-2 Tank engine has it's British Railway number of 4002? but still has L.M.S. on the tank side.

John Wass
Tuesday 13th of February 2018 03:29:27 PM
St Albans Road Bridge

ordinarybloke
Friday 13th of June 2014 09:20:56 AM