Building    From 8/10/1962 

Opening of the Audley Square Garage / car park

Categories: Transport

This garage was erected by the Westminster City Council, architect Frank Risdon. In Summer 2009 an application for development was turned down.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Opening of the Audley Square Garage / car park

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Audley Square Garage

The graphic design of this plaque is very 60s.

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