|103||First class preference ‘A’ shares, £20||186, black||?||VF||£-|
|105||Second class preference share £20||?||?||–||–|
West London Railway Company
Incorporated on 23rd July 1840
Originally incorporated as the Birmingham, Bristol and Thames Junction Railway, which linked the London and Birmingham Railway with the Great Western and the Kensington Canal. The lines opened in 1844, and were extended in the 1860’s by the ‘West London Extension Railway’ (following closure of the canal). The London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, and the London and South Western Railway were connected as a result.
Capital £210,000 in shares of £20 each, and £65,000 in loans.