Address :- London, Greater London, EC1 Grid Reference :- TQ 31019 82512 Grid Co-ordinates :- Easting 531019 m, Northing 182512 m Lat & Long (WGS84) :- 51.526330 , -0.112748 View Historic Mapping Site Location :- Viewing Site :- Parish or Township :- Administrative Area :- Islington Pre 1974 County :- Greater London Council Site Status :- Site Condition :- Site Era :- Site Dates :- - Visit By :- -
Description and History Driven through slums of Fleet valley from Holborn Bridge to Bakers Row, 316816-312812, by the City of London, between 1840 and 1856, opening route from Blackfriars Bridge to King's Cross. Cuttings of Met.R (qv) then devastated area until 1860. Metropolitan street improvements
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--- the following annotation is from Bob Rust, GLIAS : GR TQ 31029 82566 (N) to TQ 31564 81669 (S) - Robert Mason - 30 April 2022
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