Francis Thompson
(1808-1895)

Died aged c. 87

Francis Thompson (1808–1895) was an architect particularly well known for his railway work.

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Commemorated on 2 plaques

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Kenneth Allen on Geograph

North Midland House designed by Francis Thompson Built 1840 Sole surviving building of Chesterfield's first railway station

North Midland House, Crow Lane, Chesterfield, United Kingdom where they designed

This plaque commemorates the 150th anniversary of the opening of Chester General railway station on 1st August 1848. It was designed by Francis Thompson and C. H. Wild and built by the world famous railway contractor Thomas Brassey of Chester

Chester Railway Station, Chester, United Kingdom where they designed