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Queen's Studios, 117-121 Salusbury Road, London: the new link bridge at first-floor level

RIBA116536
Pollard Thomas & Edwards
NOTES: This was a conversion of a dilapidated furniture depository into offices and space for light industry. The depository comprised two warehouses linked at first-floor level by a wooden bridge, with a glazed roof above and a cobbled mall below, all of which were kept as part of the conversion.

Queen's Studios, 117-121 Salusbury Road, London: the main front entrance

RIBA116537
Pollard Thomas & Edwards
NOTES: This was a conversion of a dilapidated furniture depository into offices and space for light industry. The depository comprised two warehouses linked at first-floor level by a wooden bridge, with a glazed roof above and a cobbled mall below, all of which were kept as part of the conversion. See RIBA116544 for a colour version of this image.

Queen's Studios, 117-121 Salusbury Road, London: the link bridges seen from below, with the original one in the foreground and the new one behind

RIBA116538
Pollard Thomas & Edwards
NOTES: This was a conversion of a dilapidated furniture depository into offices and space for light industry. The depository comprised two warehouses linked at first-floor level by a wooden bridge, with a glazed roof above and a cobbled mall below, all of which were kept as part of the conversion. See RIBA116545 for a colour version of this image.

Queen's Studios, 117-121 Salusbury Road, London: the front elevation

RIBA116539
Pollard Thomas & Edwards
NOTES: This was a conversion of a dilapidated furniture depository into offices and space for light industry. The depository comprised two warehouses linked at first-floor level by a wooden bridge, with a glazed roof above and a cobbled mall below, all of which were kept as part of the conversion. See RIBA116546 for colour version of this image.

Queen's Studios, 117-121 Salusbury Road, London: the front elevation seen from Windermere Avenue

RIBA116540
Pollard Thomas & Edwards
NOTES: This was a conversion of a dilapidated furniture depository into offices and space for light industry. The depository comprised two warehouses linked at first-floor level by a wooden bridge, with a glazed roof above and a cobbled mall below, all of which were kept as part of the conversion.

Queen's Studios, 117-121 Salusbury Road, London: the rear elevation seen from Paddington Old Cemtery

RIBA116541
Pollard Thomas & Edwards
NOTES: This was a conversion of a dilapidated furniture depository into offices and space for light industry. The depository comprised two warehouses linked at first-floor level by a wooden bridge, with a glazed roof above and a cobbled mall below, all of which were kept as part of the conversion. See RIBA116528 for a black and white version of this image.

Queen's Studios, 117-121 Salusbury Road, London: the rear elevation seen from Paddington Old Cemetery

RIBA116542
Pollard Thomas & Edwards
NOTES: This was a conversion of a dilapidated furniture depository into offices and space for light industry. The depository comprised two warehouses linked at first-floor level by a wooden bridge, with a glazed roof above and a cobbled mall below, all of which were kept as part of the conversion. See RIBA116530 for a black and white version of this image.

Queen's Studios, 117-121 Salusbury Road, London: the two link bridges between the warehouses, with the new one in the foreground and the original behind

RIBA116543
Pollard Thomas & Edwards
NOTES: This was a conversion of a dilapidated furniture depository into offices and space for light industry. The depository comprised two warehouses linked at first-floor level by a wooden bridge, with a glazed roof above and a cobbled mall below, all of which were kept as part of the conversion. See RIBA116532 for a black and white version of this image.

Queen's Studios, 117-121 Salusbury Road, London: the main entrance

RIBA116544
Pollard Thomas & Edwards
NOTES: This was a conversion of a dilapidated furniture depository into offices and space for light industry. The depository comprised two warehouses linked at first-floor level by a wooden bridge, with a glazed roof above and a cobbled mall below, all of which were kept as part of the conversion. See RIBA116537 for a black and white version of this image.

Queen's Studios, 117-121 Salusbury Road, London: the two link bridges between the warehouses seen from below, with the original bridge in the foreground and the new one behind

RIBA116545
Pollard Thomas & Edwards
NOTES: This was a conversion of a dilapidated furniture depository into offices and space for light industry. The depository comprised two warehouses linked at first-floor level by a wooden bridge, with a glazed roof above and a cobbled mall below, all of which were kept as part of the conversion. See RIBA116538 for a black and white version of this image.

Queen's Studios, 117-121 Salusbury Road, London: the front elevation

RIBA116546
Pollard Thomas & Edwards
NOTES: This was a conversion of a dilapidated furniture depository into offices and space for light industry. The depository comprised two warehouses linked at first-floor level by a wooden bridge, with a glazed roof above and a cobbled mall below, all of which were kept as part of the conversion. See RIBA116539 for a black and white version of this image.

Wapping Hydraulic Pumping Station (former Wapping Project), Wapping High Street, London

RIBA116612
Ellington, E. B.
NOTES: This was built by the London Hydraulic Power Company to provide power for cranes, lifting bridges etc, throughout inner London, and was the best surviving. It closed in 1977 was converted into an art gallery, which closed in 2013.
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