WEMBLEY POST OFFICE
397A High Road
Architect: Albert Myers
Year: c. 1920?
British Postal Museum and Archive: POST 30/3211
National Archives: WORK 13/758
Selected bibliographical references
Architect & Building News 8 Jun 1928, p. 844
Current use: Public house
From: The Architect and Building News 8 June 1928, p. 844
This Post Office building exemplifies the modern effort to endow such types of official architecture with a certain vigour in design, which has certainly not always found expression in the numerous Post Offices erected in England in the last twenty five years. The broad stone architraves around the ground and first floor openings give to these features a great prominence, and, in fact, one feels that the attic windows, highly necessary to complete the pattern of the fenestration, are left out in the cold and fail to establish an intimate relationship between themselves and the larger apertures below.