EPW047466 ENGLAND (1935). The town, Uxbridge, from the east, 1935

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Title [EPW047466] The town, Uxbridge, from the east, 1935
Reference EPW047466
Date May-1935
Link
Place name UXBRIDGE
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 505858, 184111
Longitude / Latitude -0.47324153013273, 51.545473908197
National Grid Reference TQ059841

Pins

High Bridge, with road leading out to Denham, Gerrards Cross, Wycombe

moses72
Thursday 2nd of October 2014 05:25:37 PM
Uxbridge Metropolitan Police Station. -------- After new police station built late 20thC, the former premises became a Public House aptly named "The Old Bill". But in recent past name changed again.

brian
Wednesday 1st of January 2014 08:01:25 PM
Uxbridge Post Office, Windsor Street, Uxbridge.

brian
Wednesday 1st of January 2014 07:58:14 PM
Vine Street, Uxbridge.

brian
Wednesday 1st of January 2014 07:56:41 PM
Treaty House : Public House

brian
Wednesday 1st of January 2014 07:54:15 PM
Regal Cinema, access from frontage on High street Uxbridge.

brian
Wednesday 1st of January 2014 07:53:01 PM
Is this the start of house clearance for the new tracks leading to new Underground station in High Street (opened end of 1938)?

moses72
Thursday 17th of October 2013 11:32:01 AM
western region station from W Drayton

dave43
Tuesday 14th of May 2013 09:26:45 PM
Vine Street Station

brian
Wednesday 1st of January 2014 07:51:09 PM
old Metropolitan Station, later extended to near market house

dave43
Tuesday 14th of May 2013 09:25:54 PM
Not quite - not an extension - the old line/station located in Belmont Road was by-passed by new lines leading to the new station in the High Street which opened at the end of '38. The original extension was planned to be to High Wycombe, which is why the station was built in Belmont Road in the first place.

moses72
Thursday 2nd of October 2014 05:18:46 PM

dave43
Tuesday 14th of May 2013 09:24:32 PM
Sorry - this is the Savoy, not the Regal, which was on the other side of the High Street further east.

moses72
Thursday 17th of October 2013 11:23:37 AM

dave43
Tuesday 14th of May 2013 09:24:05 PM