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The Development of Paddington Station. Discussion on Mr. Raymond Carpmael's Paper

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The PRESIDENT OF THE INSTITUTION (Lieut.Colonel C.H. Fox, O.B.E., BSc., F.S.I.), extended a hearty welcome to Mr. W.T. Halcrow (Vice-President of the British Section of the Societe) and his fellow members, and added that the Institution would have liked to have welcomed also Sir George Humphreys (President of the British Section of the Societe), but unfortunately had not that opportunity owing to his absence abroad.

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