Created 14-Sep-14
Modified 15-Sep-14
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Four stations feature on the London Monopoly board. All were once (from 1923 to 1947) property of the London and North Eastern Railway, although one (Fenchurch Street) was mainly served by trains of the London, Tilbury and Southend Railway, owned by the LMS.
All have undergone a degree of transformation over the years but much of the original stations remain, unlike the case of Euston or London Bridge. Even evidence of the original ownership may be seen. Surprisingly Marylebone shows most of its connection with the short lived Great Central Railway. Liverpool Street is not far behind in pointing to its Great Eastern origin.

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Great Central - Bakerloo LineGreat Central LogoGreat Central Street NW1E for EasternGreat Eastern BadgeGreat EasternGreat Northern HotelGreat NorthernYou are HEREKings Cross - WelcomeLiverpool StFenchurch StKing's Cross - new developmentKing's Cross StationLiverpool Street Station

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David Hansford(non-registered)
A very good group of photographs. I hope more can be added as it is such an interesting theme.
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