North Woolwich

North Woolwich is a place in the London Borough of Newham. It is located north of Woolwich proper which is on the south bank of the River Thames. The two places are linked by the Woolwich Ferry and the Woolwich foot tunnel.

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Eastern Counties And Thames Junction Railway - History
... A year later it was extended to North Woolwich via West Silvertown, allowing connections with the Woolwich Ferry the same year it was taken over by the Eastern Counties Railway ... Victoria Dock opened in 1855 the line between Canning Town and North Woolwich had to be equipped with a swingbridge over the entrance to the dock, which slowed down journey ... In response, the line was rerouted north of the dock through two new stations, at Custom House and Tidal Basin ...
List Of Locations In The Port Of London - North Bank - North Woolwich
... Henley's submarine cable works (later AEI) Woolwich Free Ferry north pier Woolwich foot tunnel Hoba Wharf Gallions Point site of Harland Wolff ship repairers entrance to Royal Docks (remains in use for boat ...
North Woolwich Old Station Museum
... The North Woolwich Old Station Museum was a small railway museum in Newham, east London ... was the original Great Eastern Railway terminal station building at North Woolwich railway station ... The line was electrified in 1985 when it became part of the North London Line but closed on 9 December 2006 ...
Stratford Station - Station Layout - Low-level Platforms
... platforms are at ground level and run north-south. 17 ... originally served trains from Palace Gates (near Alexandra Palace) to North Woolwich, a service which no longer operates. 1980s, trains from Richmond to Broad Street were diverted to run via these platforms to North Woolwich ...
North Woolwich - Gallery
... North Woolwich old railway museum frontage ... (February 2007) North Woolwich old railway museum ... The platform for the recently closed North London Line station is visible on the far right ...

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