Bishopsgate Goods Yard, started life as Bishopsgate Station in 1840. By 1881, the station had closed and reopened as a goods yard before closing permanently in 1964.
Today the site houses two large corridors either side of Braithwaite Street (aka Wheeler Street), both flanked by arches on one side and a railway cutting leading into London Liverpool Street on the other and beneath. The Eastern arches are of stunning architectural interest and boast Grade II listed status. A long viaduct runs above both sets of arches and is rugged and wild.
The site offers an expansive area, vintage turntable and is centrally located.
Due to safety considerations and longer lead in times, low budget or fast turn-around productions are unlikely to be able to accommodate at this location.
Bishopsgate Goods Yard
Within M25 area, Arches, Dark and moody, Featured