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Back of 4-18 Bishop's Bridge Road building.

Back of 4-18 Bishop's Bridge Road building.

11. January 2014
4-18 Bishop's Bridge Road and the railway behind the building

4-18 Bishop's Bridge Road and the railway behind the building

11. January 2014
Entrance to DDB offices on Bishop's Bridge Road.

Entrance to DDB offices on Bishop's Bridge Road.

11. January 2014
Bishop's Bridge Road

Bishop's Bridge Road

11. January 2014
Gutenberg Net Works entrance at 16 Bishop's Bridge Road

Gutenberg Net Works entrance at 16 Bishop's Bridge Road

22 September 2012
adam&eve DDB Tribal at 4-18 Bishop's Bridge Road.

adam&eve DDB Tribal at 4-18 Bishop's Bridge Road.

22 September 2012
View to 4-18 Bishop's Bridge Road building from Eastbourne Terrace.

View to 4-18 Bishop's Bridge Road building from Eastbourne Terrace.

April 2012
Entrance to 4-18 Bishops Bridge Road on Bishop's Bridge Road.

Entrance to 4-18 Bishops Bridge Road on Bishop's Bridge Road.

June 2011
4-18 Bishop's Bridge Road.

4-18 Bishop's Bridge Road.

May 2011

4-18 Bishop's Bridge Road

Address:
4-18 Bishop's Bridge Road, London W2 6AA
Type:
Commercial
Completion:
January 1933
Area:
P A Culverhouse
Viewed:
6043

Description of 4-18 Bishop's Bridge Road

4-18 Bishop's Bridge Road is an office building in Paddington, London W2.

After the construction of the GWR's main line, a restricted triangular site was left over between the tracks to the north, the Bishop's Road to the south and Westbourne Terrace to the southeast. The company's long carriage sheds rose on the north side of this and the rest of the site was filled with tall terraced houses, and Bishop's Mews behind. The GWR bought up the leases and replaced most of the houses with two large concrete-framed buildings as part of its 1930s expansion. The parcels depot, designed by P A Culverhouse and built between 1932 and 1933 occupies the eastern part of this site and looks south onto the Bishop's Road.

It is of five storeys plus a mansard attic with a simple classical façade of brick and patent stone.

Source: westminster.gov.uk

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