Local figures celebrate 150 years of Crayford station

PUBLISHED: 16:05 19 September 2016 | UPDATED: 16:05 19 September 2016

Celebrating 150 years of Crayford station

Celebrating 150 years of Crayford station


David Evennett gave a short speech on Crayford’s history

Staff at Crayford station were praised on Friday as the station celebrated its 150th anniversary.

The station was first opened in 1866, and to celebrate the occasion, local figures including the mayor of Bexley, Eileen Pallen and Bexleyheath and Crayford’s MP David Evennett popped by.

Whilst there, Mr Evennett reminded Southeastern about the importance of reliability and information for rail travellers, before giving a speech about the history of Crayford.

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