Charles Holden Brown Plaque Photo

Charles Holden brown plaque - Chiswick Park station  Listed as a building of National Significance  Architect: Charles Holden, 1933  The station first opened on 1 July 1879 by the Metroploitan District Railway when the railway was extended from Turnham Green to Ealing Broadway.  The station was originally named 'Acton Green' and was renamed to 'Chiswick Park' on 1 March 1910.  The original station was demolished in 1931 to accommodate the new Piccadilly line tracks, although the Piccadilly line has never served this station,

Charles Holden Brown Plaque Map

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Charles Santley Blue Plaque - Sir Charles Santley (1834-1922), Singer, lived and died here.
Stone Plaque № 12527 - THIS ALMESHOUSE (here in 28 decay’d Masters & Comanders of Ships or the Widows of such are maintain’d) was built by y CORP. of TRINITY_HOUSE   AN 1695   The Ground was given by Capt. HENy MUDD of Rattcliff an. Elder Brother, whose widow did alfo contribute
Peter Sellers Blue Plaque - Peter Sellers  1925-1980  Goon and comic actor  lived here  1936-1940

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