A walk around Fitzrovia
A central London Saturday stroll (Photos/words ©urban75, 20th October 2007)
Centre Point against a threatening autumnal sky. See our Centre Point feature for more info on this striking landmark.
Stage door, Astoria, Charing Cross Road.
Looking like the frontage hasn't been altered since the 1950s is James Phelps builders' merchants at 26 Goodge Place, Fitzrovia.
Old hand-painted street sign.
Closed Middlesex Hospital building on Cleveland Street.
Closed Goivanni's Bar, corner with Tottenham Street.
'Forgive,' graffiti outside the abandoned Middlesex Hospital building.
Another view of the closed Middlesex Hospital.
Faded second hand furniture advertisement on Riding House Street.
48, Riding House Street, W1.
Looking east along Riding House Street.
Detail of the T.J. Boulting and Sons building on the corner of Candover and Riding House Street.
Grade II listed and constructed in a 'disciplined Art Nouveau' style, the former Range & Stove Manufactory works contains purple, brick, hard red brick and two mosaic panels.
A view of the second mosaic on the third floor.
Much of the architecture in the area is well-built late Victorian/Edwardian, with no small amount of attention to detail.
A curious collection of water standpipe covers.
The rather futuristically named, Sky Cafe 2.
Detectives on the streets.
Full on Victorian detail at the The Ship, 134 New Cavendish Street, W1.
Telecom Tower looms large over Fitzrovia.
Major construction work underway by Great Portland Street/Euston Road.
Two statues, Euston Road.
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