Person    | Male  Born 1967  Died 2006

Robert Seaward

Categories: Transport

Robert Seaward

We can't find any confirmation but our guess is that Seaward worked at the tube station and through his efforts some sort of club space was provided for his fellow workers in the building. Can anyone help here?

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Robert Seaward

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Robert Seaward

We can find no information about the "facilities" behind this green door. Ca...

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King William Street underground station

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