Wheelwright Street, N7

Road in/near Barnsbury, existing between 1854 and now

(51.54417 -0.11585) 

Wheelwright Street, N7

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The site was the New River Company's offices and still contains their Oak Room of 1693. It became the HQ of the Metropolitan Water Board, and offices of Thames Water until 1993, when it was converted into apartments.

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