EAW044753 ENGLAND (1952). The London Transport Executive Neasden Depot, Neasden, 1952. This image was marked by Aerofilms Ltd for photo editing.

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EAW044753
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EAW044751
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EAW044756
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EAW044754
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EAW044752
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EAW044757
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EAW044758
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EAW044748
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Manylion

Pennawd [EAW044753] The London Transport Executive Neasden Depot, Neasden, 1952. This image was marked by Aerofilms Ltd for photo editing.
Cyfeirnod EAW044753
Dyddiad 25-July-1952
Dolen
Enw lle NEASDEN
Plwyf
Ardal
Gwlad ENGLAND
Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 520934, 185613
Hydred / Lledred -0.25539006690674, 51.555944412617
Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol TQ209856

Pinnau

Electricity generating station built to power the electric railway.

John W
Thursday 30th of March 2017 09:27:57 PM
North Circular Road

John W
Thursday 30th of March 2017 09:27:00 PM
Great Central Way, 07/10/2014

Class31
Monday 13th of October 2014 12:06:43 PM
Salmon Street

The Laird
Thursday 26th of June 2014 08:44:38 PM
Post-war prefab housing off Fryent Way. It was called Pilgrims Way and one of those living there was none other than a young Charlie Watts, future drummer in the Rolling Stones.

The Laird
Thursday 26th of June 2014 08:43:03 PM
The Chalkhill Estate. Seen here as a very picturesque Metroland development, in the late 60s local authority lunatics had it swept away and replaced by a concrete jungle estate of high-density flats. The estate quickly became notorious for criminality and anti-social behaviour and has also now been swept away.

The Laird
Thursday 26th of June 2014 08:34:54 PM
Wembley (later Brent) Town Hall. Completed in 1940, it has now been sold to be used as a French Lycée school

The Laird
Thursday 26th of June 2014 08:27:54 PM
The LNER stadium loop line that was built to service the British Empire Exhibition of 1924/25 and later Wembley Stadium events. It had fallen into disuse by the 1960s and was removed, although much of its route can still be traced.

The Laird
Thursday 26th of June 2014 08:20:26 PM
This is a short residual section of the miniature Never Stop Railway that was built to transport visitors around the site of the British Empire Exhibition of 1924/25. There is archive newsreel footage available that shows King George V and Queen Mary riding quite self-consciously upon it. This short remaining section of elevated concrete remained in place up until at least the 1960s but has probably now been swept away during the many developments that have taken place on the site.

The Laird
Thursday 26th of June 2014 08:15:53 PM
Two Metropolitan Vickers loco formed up with Dreadnought carriage stock stabled in Klondyke Sidings.

The Laird
Thursday 26th of June 2014 07:37:45 PM
Ex District line F stock train passing through the carriage cleaning shed.

The Laird
Thursday 26th of June 2014 07:33:20 PM