House clearance Euston NW1
Few little facts about Euston
Euston is situated in the London Borough of Camden and is hosting one of London's busiest railway stations. It was the first to be built in London inner city and was opened on July 20th 1837. The station was designed by architect Philip Hardwick while The Great Hall (opened in 1849) was designed by his son Philip Charles Hardwick. Both were built in classical style as Hardwick was a classically trained architect. The Euston Arch was the original entrance the Euston Station which was build in 1837, demolished and rebuilt in 1960. The demolition alerted preservationists to the saving of historical buildings and it is compared to the demolition of New York's Pennsylvania Station demolition that took place in 1964. Euston Tower is a notable skyscraper style building in the area. The lodges and statues on the Euston Road are some of the remains of the old station.