Bishopsgate Goods Yard started life as Bishopsgate Station in 1840. By 1881, the station had closed and reopened as a goods yard. This was closed permanently in 1964.
Today the site - a derelict structure - houses two large tunnels either side of Braithwaite Street (aka Wheeler Street), both flanked by arches on one side. A railway cutting leading into London Liverpool Street runs alongside the site and for this reason the location is considered a high-risk environment. The eastern arches are architecturally stunning, and have a Grade II listing. A long viaduct runs above both sets of arches and is rugged and wild.
The site offers an expansive area and is centrally located.
Previous projects include: Hobbs & Shaw (David Leitch, 2019), London Fashion Week (2019 and 2017), Mission: Impossible - Fallout (Christopher McQuarrie, 2018).
Subject to a minimum rental period. Due to lead-in time and safety requirements, only productions categorised as Band C are recommended to apply.
Bishopsgate Goods Yard
Within M25 area, Arches and tunnels, Dark and moody, Featured