EPW057030 ENGLAND (1938). The railway station, Wimbledon, 1938. This image has been produced from a print.

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Details

Title [EPW057030] The railway station, Wimbledon, 1938. This image has been produced from a print.
Reference EPW057030
Date 5-May-1938
Link
Place name WIMBLEDON
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 524747, 170666
Longitude / Latitude -0.20569467020667, 51.420768838135
National Grid Reference TQ247707

Pins

Remaining part of the 2nd Wimbledon Station building, constructed 1856, out of use 1881.

M.Hillier
Thursday 31st of December 2020 02:25:10 PM
"Railway Villas" b1864

M.Hillier
Thursday 31st of December 2020 02:24:06 PM
The Drill Hall

M.Hillier
Thursday 31st of December 2020 02:20:46 PM
In 1962 the Odeon cinema was transported round the corner and dumped further up the Broadway causing massive traffic disruption....No, not really, this building was demolished and the name, Odeon, was transferred to the Gaumont (originally Regal) in the Broadway.

wessexpig
Saturday 26th of January 2019 09:24:56 PM
Class X2 trolleybus no 61. See comments to EPW057031

Nowy Paul
Saturday 23rd of December 2017 03:33:38 PM
Diddler Trolleybus on route 604 or 605.

Nowy Paul
Saturday 23rd of December 2017 03:31:58 PM
Original tram terminus at Woodside Road on Wimbledon Hill. On 15 December 1932 the terminus was cut back to the Town Hall from where a tram can be seen departing at the bottom of the photo.

Nowy Paul
Saturday 23rd of December 2017 03:27:22 PM

Arthur
Thursday 17th of March 2016 10:32:03 PM
Wimbledon station as rebuilt by the Southern Railway with the District line terminal platforms furthest away from the camera.

Maurice
Thursday 13th of November 2014 12:23:55 PM
Former LSWR 3 SUB 'nutcracker' electric multiple unit on the Up Slow. In the 1950s and 60s the line behind it, beside the platform with the long canopy, was used by ferry wagons from Spain (belonging to the 'Transfesa' company and painted in blue with a red stripe) unloading oranges. These wagons would have come on the train-ferry from Dunkirk to Dover, the wagons running all the way including a gauge change when leaving Spain. I wonder how many commuter passing on their way to town every noticed this international traffic.

Maurice
Thursday 13th of November 2014 12:22:31 PM
THIS WAS ALSO CALLED THE PIONEER SIDINGS AS THIS IS WHERE THE WORLD WAR ONE SOLIDERS EMBARKED FOR FRANCE

chris_uk10
Saturday 4th of April 2015 05:10:44 PM