George Townsend Andrews

Died aged c. 51

George Townsend Andrews (19 December 1804 – 29 December 1855) was an English architect born in Exeter. He is noted for his buildings designed for George Hudson's railways, especially the York and North Midland Railway. Andrews' architect's practice in York did not confine itself to railway work, its other buildings including headquarters for two York-based banks and a number of churches.

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Commemorated on 1 plaque

The former office of George Townsend Andrews 1804-1855 Architect of Victorian York and many railway buildings in north east England

31 Castlegate, York, United Kingdom where they worked