Charles Trubshaw

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Charles Trubshaw (1841 - 15 February 1917) was an architect specifically associated with railway buildings on the London and North Western Railway and Midland Railway lines. He was the son of an architect (also called Charles), the architect and surveyor to Staffordshire.[1]

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  1. ^ Midland Hotel, Bradford Charles Trubshaw, Architect
  2. ^ Marcus Binney, 'Crunch time at Derby', Country Life, 8 Sept. 1983, 631
  3. ^ Kimberley Town Council Committee Minutes 2009
  4. ^ www.forgottenrelics.co.uk Bennerley