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 The company remained in existence until 1922, with its own board of directors and shareholders, when it was absorbed by the LNWR under The Railways Act, 1921 (the Grouping act). The last board meeting and last shareholders meeting were both held on 23 November 1922, the latter giving the shareholders' approval to the absorption. The board minutes were signed by A Holland-Hibbert, the chairman, who added "Goodbye!". Beneath this was typed, "This was the last Board Meeting of the North London Railway Company, the Undertaking being absorbed under “The London and North Western Railway.