EPW046646 ENGLAND (1935). 
The W. S. Shuttleworth and Co Ltd Cocoa Factory and the South Eastern and Chatham Railway, Bermondsey, 1935


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    Title [EPW046646] The W. S. Shuttleworth and Co Ltd Cocoa Factory and the South Eastern and Chatham Railway, Bermondsey, 1935
    Reference EPW046646
    Date March 1935
    Place name BERMONDSEY
    Parish
    District
    Region
    Country ENGLAND
    Easting / Northing 534807,  178737
    Longitude / Latitude -0.058005236241004,  51.491002705921
    National Grid Reference TQ348787
    Image size (px)
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     Despite the title, these are the lines of the former London Brighton and South Coast Railway from London Bridge (terminus) station to Croydon and beyond. All lines in the picture were operated by the Southern railway in 1935, so the title should include the word former!

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    Maurice
    Thursday 1st of August 2013 10:51:38 AM
     This looks like a London and North Eastern Railway locomotive, (large yellow number on the side tank below almost invisible LNER in gold letters) on a train open wagons with coal and bricks with an LNER brake van at the back, marked NE. It will have come through the Widened Lines from King Cross on a transfer freight.

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    Maurice
    Thursday 1st of August 2013 10:48:29 AM