Man with a van in Blackfriars EC4 5 Essentials Tips for Choosing a Reliable Moving Company Blackfriars EC4, Barbican EC2, City EC4

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EC4 man with a van services in Blackfriars

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Places of interest in EC4


Southwark Street

The road forms part of the A3200, which continues with Stamford Street to the west.

Tate Modern

Rachel Whiteread's 2005 Embankment

Bankside Pier

The pier as seen from the south bank

Victoria Miro Gallery

The Upper Room by Chris Ofili was exhibited at the Victoria Miro gallery in 2002: it consists of thirteen paintings, each of a rhesus macaque monkey, installed in a purpose-built room designed by David Adjaye.[13]Adrian Searle, art critic of The Guardian, wrote that it was a work the Tate had to buy.[13] In July 2005, the Tate announced the purchase of the work as the centrepiece of a new hang at Tate Britain.[13]

Essex Road railway station

The Northern Heights plan involved the building of a connection to the surface platforms at Finsbury Park and the transfer of a London and North Eastern Railway (LNER) branch from there to Edgware, High Barnet and Alexandra Palace. By 1939 much of the work for the connection of the lines had been done and the opening of the connection was scheduled for autumn 1940 but the start of World War II put a halt to further construction. After the war the uncompleted parts of the plan were cancelled and Northern Line trains continued to run to Finsbury Park on what became known as the Northern City Line or, from 1970, the Northern Line Highbury Branch.

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