Buildings at the corner of Bloomsbury Way and New Oxford Street
Buildings at the corner of Bloomsbury Way and New Oxford Street
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Buildings at the corner of Bloomsbury Way and New Oxford Street
Buildings, including Barclays Bank branch, on the corner of Bloomsbury Way and New Oxford Street, Holborn, looking to High Holborn. The National Trade Union Club is on the first floor. Cars are parked along the side. A lamp post on a traffic island, an emergency telephone fire alarm and post box are visible. Number 10 Bloomsbury Way was built in 1947 as part of the post-war reconstruction of the area and was used by the MoD up to its redevelopment in 2012. As of 2019 it is called The Bloomsbury Building containing office spaces, flats and a restaurant.
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London Metropolitan Archives
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