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Removals in Bloomsbury WC1

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Our Bloomsbury WC1 removal specialists can provide free quotes, a full packing service and all labour requirements in Bloomsbury WC1 moving.
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Kings Cross WC1

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 Clearly label each box stating the destination room and contents Kings Cross WC1.

Our goal - to provide quality removal services to our customers in the London at affordable prices.

Moving from Strand WC2 to a flat or house in Kings Cross WC1 or Holborn WC2 we are always on duty.

We mostly specialise in house removals in regions like Strand WC2, Kings Cross WC1, Holborn WC2, flat removals in Shoreditch EC1, Clerkenwell EC1, Farringdon EC1 and many more.

We offer office removals in Saffron Hill EC1 or Bishopsgate EC2 but not only.

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WC1 Removals services in Bloomsbury

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Places of interest in WC1

Victoria Miro Gallery

The gallery was one of the 118 galleries worldwide to be selected for the first Frieze Art Fair in London in October 2003, alongside other leading British galleries, White Cube and Gagosian.[1]

Essex Road railway station

By comparison with other underground stations built at the beginning of the 20th century, the station's surface building is nondescript and unremarkable. Unlike many other central London underground stations, Essex Road was never modernised with escalators and access to the platforms is by lift or a spiral staircase. The station also lacks the automatic ticket gates present at most London Underground and many National Rail stations.

City Road tube station

City Road is a disused London Underground station in Islington. It was one of the stations built when the City & South London Railway (C&SLR) (now part of the Northern line) opened its extension from Moorgate to Angel on 17 November 1901. It is located between Old Street and Angel.

London Charterhouse

Charterhouse early established a reputation for excellence in hospital care and treatment, thanks in part to Henry Levett, M.D., an Oxford graduate who joined the school as physician in 1712. Levett was widely esteemed for his medical writings, including an early tract on the treatment of smallpox. Levett was buried in Charterhouse Chapel, and his widow remarried Andrew Tooke, the master of Charterhouse.[8][9]

St John's Gate, Clerkenwell

The building has many historical associations, most notably as the original printing-house for Edward Cave's pioneering monthly, the Gentleman's Magazine, and sometime workplace of Samuel Johnson. From 1701?1709 it was the home of the painter William Hogarth who was just a child at that time. In 1703 his father Richard opened a coffee house there, 'Hogarth's Coffee House', offering Latin lessons along with the coffee.

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