L.C.C. Fire Brigade Station Euston 1902

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L.C.C. Fire Brigade Station Euston 1902

L.C.C. Fire Brigade Station Euston 1902
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Neighborhood: Bloomsbury
Snuggly nestled within Central London is academic and leafy Bloomsbury, an area that boasts walking distance access to many of London's most popular attractions. It is also home to some of Britain's most celebrated museums, including the must-see British Museum. Despite an understandable popularity with students, tourists and day trippers, vast sections of Bloomsbury retain a quiet, residential feel year round and throughout the week.
How to get there
  • Euston • 3 min walk
  • London Euston • 4 min walk
Detailed Reviews: Reviews order informed by descriptiveness of user-identified themes such as cleanliness, atmosphere, general tips and location information.

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Michael C
Derby, UK1,909 contributions
Apr 2018 • Friends
This fire station on the Euston road is a beautiful old historic building and a great survivor in an area of London that has been ravaged in the name of modernisation. May it continue to attract the eye of the tourists for many years to come.
Written May 15, 2018
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IAN D
Wigan, UK18,888 contributions
Dec 2019 • Solo
Walked past here on hundreds occasions and didn't realise it was an attraction. Nice turn of the 20th century building in an area full of modern buildings, but that's all you could really say.
Written December 11, 2019
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futtock21
London, UK11,210 contributions
Sep 2019 • Solo
It’s one of the most distinctive buildings on the Euston Road, the grade II listed LCC Fire Station opened in 1902 to a design by H.F.T. Cooper with six storeys of flats above, those on the first floor and one on the fourth floor originally occupied by serving officers. Unlike so many other stations of its type it’s good to see it’s still in use with an engine clearly visible behind garage doors at the front.
Written September 17, 2019
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StephenCross
Dublin, Ireland16,894 contributions
Mar 2019 • Solo
Plain and simple from the outside. Guess it’s what goes on inside and how they respond to emergencies is what counts in reality. Worth a look.
Written March 9, 2019
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macedonboy
Glasgow, UK153,681 contributions
Jan 2019 • Solo
Had this place but been listed on TripAdvisor, is not known about it. Really, it's just a fire station and nothing to see.
Written January 19, 2019
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s00ty7
London, UK14 contributions
Jan 2018 • Solo
A great place to visit staff very helpful on fire safety. Great place to take children to learn about fire safety children.
Written January 10, 2018
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KylieIsTravelling
Perth, Australia3,808 contributions
Dec 2017 • Friends
Is this really a tourist attraction? I walked past it whilst visiting in London and noticed it is a beautiful building like the others in the area, I just wouldn’t have thought it would be a tourist attraction. Nice to look at though.
Written December 22, 2017
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therichastill
Stevenage, UK1,725 contributions
Jun 2020
This impressive building is still operational to this day which is a tribute to the building and how long lasting it is.

As a result this is not somewhere you can just turn up and have a wander round but it is nice to admire from the outside and good that it is still serving London to this day.
Written June 30, 2020
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Nicholas H
London, UK20,576 contributions
Oct 2019 • Solo
This late Victorian red brick building in the Arts and Crafts architectural style dates from 1902. The upper floors provided living accommodation for senior staff and was the headquarters of the North Division of the London Fire Brigade. It’s very much still an active fire station, giving direct access onto one of London’s major traffic arteries, the Euston Road. Although there was refurbishment work twice in the 20th century, the iconic sign on its front fascia has been retained. A lovely building with a real sense of recent history.
Written October 26, 2019
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Amin A
Repton, UK1,978 contributions
Mar 2016 • Solo
A fire station but built more than a century ago with eye catching beautiful architecture. A six story building; floor heights are irregular and asymmetrical. Made of beautiful red bricks and portland stone and boasts an amazing number of bay windows, attics and chimneys. A truly beautiful building.

Written March 23, 2016
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