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EUSTON FIRE STATION 73 WAR MEMORIAL

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Gill Cannell & Andrew Dishman 2016

The memorial is located in Tavistock Square, Camden, London. It commemorates two auxiliary fire fighters who lost their lives on the same day.

Photographs Copyright © Gill Cannell & Andrew Dishman 2016

IN MEMORY OF
AUXILIARY FIREMEN

STANLEY HAROLD RANDOLPH
AND
HARRY RICHARD SKINNER

WHO DIED FROM INJURIES RECEIVED
AS A RESULT OF ENEMY ACTION
NEAR THIS SITE ON THE NIGHT OF
16TH - 17TH APRIL 1941,
WHILE SERVING UNDER
STATION 73 EUSTON

RANDOLPH Stanley Harold

Fireman, A.F.S.; of 38 Mildmay Road, Islington Husband of A. Randolph. Died at Tavistock Square, 17 April 1941, aged 35.

SKINNER Harry Richard

Fireman, A.F.S., of 18 Westbury Avenue, Wood Green, Middlesex. Son of Louise Skinner, and of the late John William Skinner. Injured at Costain House, Upper Woburn Place; died same day at Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Hospital, 17 April 1941, aged 32.

Last updated 16 July, 2018

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