Exterior view of the L.T. head office at 55 Broadway - photograph

Description:
The London Transport headquarters building at 55 Broadway was opened in 1929. It was designed by Charles Holden in the Modern style, which combined sharp angles and geometric shapes with modern materials like concrete. The style is popularly referred to as Art Deco. The building remains one of the most important Art Deco buildings in London. The exterior of the building was decorated with carved relief including statues by Eric Gill, Henry Moore and Jacob Epstein.
Production Date:
1930
ID no:
LTM_1999/20422
Maker:
Photographer : Topical Press
Copyright:
Transport for London

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