On Broadway

Going through my photo collection the other day, I came across a visit I made a couple of years ago to 55 Broadway. The building was designed by Charles Holden, construction started in 1927 and finished two years later. It became new headquarters for the Underground Electric Railways Company of London (UERL), the precursor of… Continue reading On Broadway

A shining example

Where would you find the only Neon light in the City of London? London nerds will already have tutted and muttered under their breath “Easy”. The answer is a small shop on the junction of Moorgate and London Wall. Today it is a wine bar, but its beautiful Art Deco facade harks back to a… Continue reading A shining example