Person    | Male  Born 1884  Died 1953

Herbert Arthur Welch

Categories: Architecture

Herbert Arthur Welch

Architect. He started his career with Raymond Unwin, working on Hampstead Garden Suburb, and Hendon Fire Station. He later joined Felix Lander and Cachemaille-Day. His surname is mistakenly given as 'Welsh' on the Park Royal station plaque.

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Herbert Arthur Welch

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Park Royal station

Oh, dear, both the architect's names are misspelt on this plaque.

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Herbert Arthur Welch

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Golders Green war memorial

Five of the names were added at a later date to the 1914 - 18 plaque, and one...

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