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Euston station

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Euston Great Hall, via Flickr. Time In England, London England, Vintage London, Old London, Euston Station, Disused Stations, London History, Train Stations, British Rail

Euston Great Hall

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Watercolour by Barbara Jones. The Doric Arch, Euston Station (Recording Britain, London). Old London, London Art, Camden London, Euston Station, London History, Blog Pictures, Popular Art, London Underground, Historical Architecture

The Euston Arch, or the Doric Arch as it was called, demolished in the 1960s. Watercolor by Barbara Jones, 1943.

A look at our collection reveals hundreds of photographs documenting protests, marches and other forms of activism across the decades. Vintage London, Old London, Euston Station, National Railway Museum, London History, Train Stations, Old Hollywood Stars, Richard Iii, Historical Images

Collection Selections: Demonstrations and activism in the 20th century - National Science and Media Museum blog

A look at our collection reveals hundreds of photographs documenting protests, marches and other forms of activism across the decades.

The old Euston Arch, a fine Doric style demolished under the instructions of the incompetent British Railways Board of Directors. I only hope there is sufficient photographic and design evidence to this as accurate as possible, using the same stone. Vintage London, Old London, Euston Station, Ghost Walk, Railroad Pictures, Piccadilly Circus, London History, British Rail, London Transport

Glory Days

Despite the lack of funds, we must remember that in order to build a railway, it requires An Act of Parliament. Looking at this sensibly, even if a bill is presented in this year's Queen's Speech, I strongly suspect that the London to Birmingham section will eventually receive the Royal Assent, but only after many long debates, and it may even run into the next parliament after the general election. By this time, money will be found to fund the construction of the London Euston to Birmingham…