Monday, 23 January 2012

London Bridge Station Hotel 1861

This engraving from the Illustrated London News is of the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway's 'Terminus Hotel', which was situated next to London Bridge Station and opened in 1861. However, it was not successful, being on the south side of the river, and was turned into offices for the company in 1892.


  1. That piece of history is interesting. I wonder what Terminus Hotel would look like if it is still operational today.

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