Epstein statue (Night) in Broadway
Epstein statue (Night) in Broadway
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Epstein statue (Night) in Broadway
SC_PHL_01_445_WN942 (Collage 128122)
London Metropolitan Archives: LCC Photograph Library
A view of 55 Broadway, Westminster, the headquarters of London Underground. The picture shows the "Night" sculpture by Jacob Epstein at the top of the podium level. The building also contains the entrance to St James's Park Station and to a shopping mall. The cruciform building has seven storeys including a two-storey podium covering the whole site. Number 55 Broadway was built in 1927-9 to the design of Charles Holden as the headquarters of Underground Electric Railways of London Ltd (UERL) under Lord Ashfield and Frank Pick, later of London Transport. It includes sculpture by Epstein, Eric Gill, Allan Wyon, Henry Moore, Samuel Rabinovitch, Eric Aumonier and Alfred Gerrard. It was Grade I listed in 1970; listing number 1219790.
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