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of 24-26 Basinghall Street, London
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* The Mid-Kent (Bromley to St Mary Cray) Railway was a 2.5 mile line that continued the route of the [[West End of London and Crystal Palace Railway]]. It opened between 1858-60. <ref>Encyclopedia of British Railway Companies by Christopher Awdry. Published 1990</ref>
1856 The company was incorporated.  


* 1856 The company was incorporated.  
The Mid-Kent (Bromley to St Mary Cray) Railway was a 2.5 mile line that continued the route of the [[West End of London and Crystal Palace Railway]]. It opened between 1858-60. <ref>Encyclopedia of British Railway Companies by Christopher Awdry. Published 1990</ref>


* 1899 The line was leased for 999 years to the [[London, Chatham and Dover Railway]]. <ref>The Stock Exchange Year Book 1908</ref>
1899 The line was leased for 999 years to the [[London, Chatham and Dover Railway]]. <ref>The Stock Exchange Year Book 1908</ref>


* In 1923 it became part of the [[Southern Railway]].
In 1923 it became part of the [[Southern Railway]].
 
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Latest revision as of 17:17, 1 March 2013

of 24-26 Basinghall Street, London

1856 The company was incorporated.

The Mid-Kent (Bromley to St Mary Cray) Railway was a 2.5 mile line that continued the route of the West End of London and Crystal Palace Railway. It opened between 1858-60. [1]

1899 The line was leased for 999 years to the London, Chatham and Dover Railway. [2]

In 1923 it became part of the Southern Railway.

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Sources of Information

  1. Encyclopedia of British Railway Companies by Christopher Awdry. Published 1990
  2. The Stock Exchange Year Book 1908