modernism-in-metroland:

Henly’s Car Showroom and Service Station, Great West Road, Brentford (1937) by Wallis Gilbert & Partners

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I love a good service station.

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modernism-in-metroland:

British Railways Offices, Queens Road, London (1937) by H.T. Cadbury-Brown.

H.T Cadbury-Brown, known as Jim, was born in Hertfordshire in 1913, and after attending Westminster School studied architecture at the Architectural Association. After leaving the AA, Cadbury-Brown worked for Erno Goldfinger before winning a competition to design two office for British Railways, one in Queensway and the other on the Strand. 

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