Purley Railway Station Blue Plaque Photo

Purley railway station blue plaque - This plaque erected to commemorate the re-naming of this station - Purley - on 1st October 1888 from its former name of Caterham Junction itself renamed in 1856 from Godstone Road

Purley Railway Station Blue Plaque Map


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