Man with a van in Barbican EC2 5 Essentials Tips for Choosing a Reliable Moving Company Barbican EC2, St Paul's EC4, City EC2

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Places of interest in EC2


St Mary Moorfields

From 1736 there was a chapel in Ropemaker's Alley, but in 1780 it too fell prey to anti-Catholic sentiment when its fabric and furniture were destroyed in the Gordon Riots. It was succeeded first by a chapel in White Street, then in 1820 by a large Classical church in Finsbury Square, which became Cardinal Wiseman's pro-cathedral from 1850 to 1869. This building was sold and demolished in 1900.

CityPoint

CityPoint (previously known as Britannic Tower) is a skyscraper on Ropemaker Street on the northern fringe of the City of London.

Moorgate station

Moorgate station is a London Underground and National Rail station in the City of London, on Moorgate, north of London Wall. At one time the station was named "Moorgate Street". It is the central London railway terminus for suburban First Capital Connect services from Hertford, Welwyn Garden City and Letchworth and was, until March 2009, a terminus for trains on the Thameslink line, also run by First Capital Connect. It is the site of the Moorgate tube crash of 1975 in which 46 people were killed and 74 were injured.[3]

Crouch End railway station

In 1935 London Underground planned, as part of its "New Works Programme" programme to take over the line from LNER, modernise it for use with electric trains and amalgamate it with the Northern Line.

Hornsey

Former residents include poets A.E. Housman and Thomas Moore, publisher Andrew Melrose, eminent theatre architect Frank Matcham, soviet communist apologists William Peyton Coates and Zelda Coates. Actor Bob Hoskins grew up here. The once-famous poet Samuel Rogers, a friend of Byron and Dickens, is buried in Hornsey churchyard.

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