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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.
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…
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…
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.
Had this place but been listed on TripAdvisor, is not known about it. Really, it's just a fire station and nothing to see.