Person    | Male  Born 10/5/1812  Died 12/11/1902

William Henry Barlow

Categories: Engineering

Engineer. Born Charlton. Best known for the St Pancras railway shed. Died at home, High Combe, 145 Charlton Road, SE7, not far from his place of birth.

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William Henry Barlow

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St Pancras Station

St Pancras Station, built originally by the Derby based Midland Railway Compa...

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William Henry Barlow

English Heritage William Henry Barlow, 1812-1902, engineer, lived and died here.

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