Are you travelling on the Tube in London in the next few months? Look out for our Tube adverts in Warwick Avenue and Holloway Road.
The adverts highlight some of our recent work manufacturing and installing replacement timber windows and doors in period properties across London.
Warwick Avenue, London
Situated on the Bakerloo line, Warwick Avenue tube station opened in 1915 and is located in the London area of Maida Vale.
Warwick Avenue is surrounded by large late Victorian and Edwardian blocks of mansion flats. The area has had a number of notable residents, including Alan Turing, code-breaker and pioneer of computer science, and Ambrose Fleming, English electrical engineer and physicist.
Holloway Road, London
Situated on the Piccadilly line, Holloway Road tube station opened in 1906 and is located in the Islington area of London.
The Holloway Road tube station building is Grade II listed and was designed by Leslie Green for the Great Northern, Piccadilly and Brompton Railway. The station was built adjacent to the site of the former Holloway and Caledonian Road railway station, which was closed in 1915.
The Holloway area experienced rapid growth in the Victorian era and is surrounded by a number of Victorian houses.
Bespoke Timber Windows
At The Sash Window Workshop we take great pride in manufacturing and installing high quality, bespoke timber windows and doors for period properties.