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COADE STONE LION, WATERLOO RAILWAY STATION, WATERLOO

COADE STONE LION, WATERLOO RAILWAY STATION, WATERLOO

View from York Road looking at the Coade stone lion outside Waterloo station. The lion originally stood on top of the Red Lion Brewery building on the South Bank. When the brewery was demolished during 1950's, the lion was placed outside the station. In 1966 it was moved to its present home on the south side of Westminster Bridge. Photograph courtesy of British Railway Board.
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Image type:Photograph
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Ref:01469
Identifier:SP2690/3
Date:1958

#1951 - 1975  #ANIMALS  #BUILDINGS / ARCHITECTURE  #COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY  #Photograph  #ROADS AND STREETS  #STATUES AND MEMORIALS  #STREET FURNITURE  #TRADE  #TRANSPORT  #WATERLOO 

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