Liverpool Street Station was originally built in 1874, but was subject to extensive redevelopment in the 1980s.
The current station blends Victorian architecture with modern and contemporary features, although much of the modern build is in the Victorian style. The brickwork is largely suffolk brick, with bath stone dressing.
Features within the station include a departure board, a large concourse, clock towers, a balcony level with retail, corridors, staircases and escalators, a taxi rank, war memorials and Victorian ironwork. A large station roof also offers opportunities for more ambitious projects.
Previous projects include: Luther series 2 (Neil Cross, 2011), Mission: Impossible (Brian De Palma, 1996), A Prayer for the Dying (Mike Hodges, 1987), The Elephant Man (David Lynch, 1980), The File of the Golden Goose (Sam Wanamaker, 1969), The Entertainer (Tony Richardson, 1960), I Was Monty's Double (John Guillermin, 1958), Suspended Alibi (Alfred Shaughnessy, 1957), The Holly and the Ivy (George More O'Ferrall, 1952), The Silent Passenger (Reginald Denham, 1935).
London Liverpool Street Station
Within M25 area, Iconic landmarks, Stations, Victorian