Near West Croydon station, this church was originally designed in 1864 by E.W. Pugin but is now largely by F.A. Walters from 1883.
Sitting at the end of a narrow street towards Sanderstead this church was designed by F.A. Walters and constructed in 1903, it has had both an eastwards extension (1922-23 by S. Bartlett) and a westwards one in 1935 by E.J. Walters.
On the south edge of Woolwich town centre, this is a church of 1842 by A.W.N. Pugin. The chancel and north-east chapel were added in 1887-1889 by F.A. Walters. It has been much refurbished inside with an extended narthex and in an interesting mint green colour scheme.
Overshadowed by railway arches this is a church of 1891-91 by F.A. Walters. Access was limited by building work (December 2018)
Only the entrance end faces the street. The church dates from 1915 and is by F.A. Walters.
A small back street church of 1925-27 by F.A. Walters.
In the older part of Battersea towards the river, but hidden away in housing. The church is by F.A. Walters from 1892 with a modern extension with halls and offices overlooking a garden.
A short way north of the Anglican Holy Trinity, this is a church of 1881 by F.A. Walters, with an extension at the east end of 1958 and a presbytery, porch and baptistery added in 1963 by Tomei and Maxwell. A major reordering moved the sanctuary to under the crossing while a new hall was added to the south between 1998 and 2000.
Built in 1906 and designed by J.C. Radford, with the sanctuary, Lady chapel and sacristy added in 1936 to designs by F.A. Walters and Son.
Behind the town centre, a church of 1822-24, attributed to Philip Hardwick to which F.A. Walters added a chancel, tower and presbytery in 1903.