Person    | Male  Born 6/2/1875  Died 31/8/1908

Leslie Green

Categories: Architecture, Transport

Architect. Born Leslie William Green in Maida Vale. In 1903 he was appointed as architect for the Underground Electric Railways Company of London (UERL) to design stations for three underground railway lines which were then under construction. Many of his original stations survive, easily recognised by the distinctive ox-blood red glazed terracotta blocks on the exterior. Died in Mundesley, Norfolk.

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Leslie Green

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Chalk Farm Station

The plaque mentions the Charing Cross, Edgware & Hampstead Railway. We be...

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Piccadilly Circus Station

Underground Heritage information. Piccadilly Circus Station. Listed as a buil...

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Davis & Emanuel

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Devonshire House

Devonshire House

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1 memorial
Whinney, Son and Austen Hall

Whinney, Son and Austen Hall

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Newcastle House

Newcastle House

From the Picture Source website: In 1790, James Farrer bought the southern half of the fine building which we now occupy at 66 Lincoln's Inn Fields. This was originally the home of Lord Powys, whic...

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1 memorial
Gravesend Pier

Gravesend Pier

Designed by William Tierney Clark. During its early years it was used by millions of passengers, but by the turn of the century, it had fallen into disuse owing to the arrival of the railways. A Gr...

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1 memorial