Sir Sam Fay
(1856-1953)

Died aged c. 97

Sir Sam Fay (30 December 1856 – 30 May 1953), born in Hamble-le-Rice, Hampshire, England, was a career railwayman who joined the London and South Western Railway as a clerk in 1872 and rose to become the last General Manager of the Great Central Railway after a successful stint in charge of the almost bankrupt Midland and South Western Junction Railway. He also played an important role during the First World War as part of the Railway Executive Committee.

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Marylebone station centenary 1899-1999 This plaque unveiled by His Honour Edgar Fay Q.C. Son of Sir Sam Fay, General Manager of the Great Central Railway 1902-1922 15th March 1999

Melcombe Place, London, United Kingdom where they is commemorated