Painting and Decorating Company in Liverpool Street
Liverpool Street in central London is most well know for its major train station, connecting the heart of London with Essex to the East. Every day thousands of commuters pass through the train station on their way to the office.
Liverpool Street Station is one of the busiest train stations in London. The station opened in 1874 during the Victorian time to replace Bishopsgate as the main terminal for Great Eastern Railways. It has the largest amount of terminals for any train station in London.
The station is close to the City, The Barbican, Shoreditch, Whitechapel, Bank, Moorgate, Holborn but also has quick links into central London such as Oxford Street and Tottenham Court Road.
The station was designed and built in the late 18th Century influenced heavily with Gothic designs and decorations.
Within 10 years of the stations opening 600 trains a day were passing through the station. By the early 19th century almost 200,000 passengers would pass through Liverpool Street Station in up to 1000 trains.
The Station had strong stories through both world wars with over 150 people being caught in a German bombing raid in 1917 and during the second world war used to transport thousand of Jewish children as part of a mass rescue mission.
Moving forward to the modern era Liverpool Street will play home to Cross Rail which will stretch from Moorgate to Broadgate.
As painters and decorators we have services many business in the Liverpool Street area. The area houses many accounting firms, law firms, design agencies, creative brands and more.
We have along history as painters and decorators in Liverpool Street and will carry on servicing business for years to come.