LSWR Strawberry Hill Depot WW1 (Lost)

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Reference WMO/284442


Strawberry Hill Depot

Shacklegate Lane




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Status: Lost/missing
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Unknown
Setting: Unknown
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Stone Marble
Lettering: Raised
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Memorial displayed in the engine and firemen's classroom at the depot, dedicated 11th November 1921. From 'Richmond and Twickenham Times', 12th November 1921: "[The memorial] consists of a monumental design in water colours. The basic design is in marble relief, with the usual emblems - the Army and Navy ensigns. On either side are the names of those who have served in the war and returned to duty. In the centre is depicted the cenotaph, giving the names of those who gave their lives. On either side on the base is represented the electrical and locomotive departments - an engine on one side and the electrical unit on the other. At the foot of the design representatives of both services are keeping guard."
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[fallen] W. Boutcher, [?] Brown, D. Costley, D. Harrington, R.G. Hitchens, W. F. Hitchens. W. Lyes, W. G. Oliver, A. Pearcey, T. Pett, R. Pocknee, W. G. Salmon, W. F. Sharpe, R. Sutton, P. Wakeham, D. H. Waters, G. H. Wilkins, W. Williams, J. Wright

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