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Wednesday, 27 April 2011

Monopoly - Liverpool St Station

Monopoly Board £200.

One of London's busiest stations seeing 123 million people a year pass through.

This entrance to the station has a sculpture as a memorial to the 10,000 Jewish children who were brought to the UK a few months prior to the second World War from Nazi Germany, Austria, Czechoslovakia and Danzig. They were placed in foster homes, hostels and farms.

9 comments:

Luis Gomez said...

Nice shot!

Gunn said...

I am learning so much...just by reading and looking at all the beautiful photos in your blog. Thanks.

SCALEY SCALES said...

Yes but what station is it????

jabblog said...

I've never been to Liverpool Street Station - the sculpture looks so poignant.

H said...

I've been under Liverpool Street station lots of times, but only emerged overground twice. I love the sculpture; shame about the MacDonalds!

Rolf said...

Peel and Play Triple Monopoly

A coincidence

365 Tage said...

i have even been in this very McD and didn't notice the sculpture. shame on me!

365 Tage said...

you might like to give the post its title: Liverpool Street Station.

Gerald (Hyde DP) said...

I see earlier comments have noticed the the American embassy (as my wife calls them).

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