Proposals for Old Kent Road’s Underground station name

Suggestions from the General Public for the Title of a Planned Underground station in Old Kent Road Happen to Be Released by Transport for London.

The Bakerloo Line Consultation Report has public answers to two potential channel websites. The next is property north of Marcia Road using a Mandela Way frontage.

St Thomas Becket was welcomed in this place when coming to remain in Southwark a couple of weeks prior to his martyrdom in 1170. It shortly became the very first stop on the pilgrimage to Canterbury as represented by Geoffrey Chaucer whose personalities paused there to listen to that the very first narrative in The Canterbury Tales.

The current bar, built in 1898 about the footprint of the first inn, recently reopened as Rock Island in Thomas A Becket pub and grill.

The place was known as St Thomas-A-Watering following the River Neckinger which ran down the side of the bar online of Albany Road. Additionally suggested as a potential channel name is Albany Road.

A Mandela Way website choice for your channel could see a Mandela or Mandela Way Station. In the event its entry is located around the corner of Dunton Road there's a Dunton Road Station suggestion.

Walworth or Walworth East Station is provided as will be Bricklayers Arms.

On the other hand, the report highlights that the effort directed by London Assembly member Caroline Pidgeon for its Bricklayers Arms to get its own channel. It's currently meant to dig out a work and atmosphere shaft on the roundabout. The bidding for this Excess channel between Elephant & Castle and Tesco gets the aid of the Tower Bridge Road Alliance.

From the 1990s a local petition for the new Jubilee Line station in Blackfriars Road to be known as The Cut instead of the working title Southwark was disregarded as too late because of because work was well advanced. The proposed channel is presently called Old Kent Road 1 to differentiate between the other planned channel reverse B&Q.