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Harry Beck - E10

Harry Beck - E10 Harry Beck - E10

Erection date: 25/3/2013

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Harry Beck, 1902 - 1974, designer of the London Underground map, was born here.
English Heritage

Site: Harry Beck - E10 (1 memorial)

E10, Wesley Road, 14

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Harry Beck - E10

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Harry Beck

Graphic artist and map designer.  Born 14 Wesley Road, Leyton but he was only...

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Harry Beck - E10

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