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Water Meeting Bridge

Water Meeting Bridge Water Meeting Bridge
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Water Meeting Bridge. Re-built by the St Pancras Metropolitan Borough Council and opened by His Worship The Mayor of St Pancras, Councillor T R Morris, JP on 22nd November 1961.
Alderman Harold P. Bastie - Chairman Highways Committee
C. S. Bainbridge MPGB, FRICS, MIMunL.- Borough Engineer & Surveyor
L. G. Mouchel & Partners Ltd - Engineers
James Crosby & Sons Ltd - Contractors
R. C. E. Austin, LLM - Town Clerk

Site: Water Meeting Bridge (1 memorial)

NW1, Prince Albert Road

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James Crosby & Sons Ltd

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L. G. Mouchel & Partners Ltd

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R. C. E. Austin

LLM, Town Clerk, active in the 1950s and 60s. Andrew Behan has researched Au...

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C. S. Bainbridge

MPGB, FRICS, MIMunL., Borough Engineer & Surveyor. Andrew Behan research...

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Harold P. Bastie, Alderman

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Metropolitan Borough of St Pancras

St Pancras was a civil parish and metropolitan borough in London. It was an a...

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T R Morris, JP

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