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Glossary Results for Word "Camden, London"

Camden, London Camden is at the top of the bank out of EustonExplain 'Euston, London' and was originally the site of engine houses for the stationary enginesExplain 'Stationary Engine' which worked the trains — a situation similar to that of Edge HillExplain 'Edge Hill, Liverpool'. Again like Edge Hill, under the LNWR Camden became a considerable complex with a goods station (most through goods trains which did not go on to Broad Street terminated at Camden) and a locomotive shedExplain 'Shed' for engines working the express trainsExplain 'Express Passenger' to and from Euston.