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Manor House
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Manor House

Manor House. Close by the station stands the Manor House public house. Known as the Manor Tavern' when it was built in c.1820 as a stopping place for travellers between London and Cambridge, it was re-named in 1931 after a manor house situated opposite. At this time the public house was rebuilt and the house demolished to make way for St. Olave's Church.

The station was opened as MANOR HOUSE on 19 September 1932.

Manor House

In its first six years before the start of the Second World War, London Transport built with even more ferocity upon the civic pride it had inherited. This was a combined sign at Manor House for the Underground, directional sign for road users and post for supporting the overhead electrical wiring to feed the trams.

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