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.
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 & tunnels, Dark & moody, Featured