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Explore #116

Another Brymay Matches painted wall is relieved of its billboard and gets to see the light of day for the first time in some decades.

BRITISH MATCHES FOR BRITISH HOMES

BRYMAY

SAFETY MATCHES

  

iPhone via Hipstamatic

 

Photos on a phone

 

Holloway Road, North London, UK

Meeting of Styles

I was walking down the Holloway Road and spotted this music club, called THE GAFF... Motorcity Daredevils flyer was displayed in their window.

19th November 2010

 

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Argos, Holloway Road Nag's Head, London N7

Meeting of Styles

Location: Islington, London N7, England

The need for content communication is taking over our lives to the point that we forget to communicate with those who should be more important...

Descending the stairwell to the underground platform at Holloway Road there are 62 steps down a winding stairwell which is both filthy and industrial. Strange that this station seems so far to have been overlooked in the makeover of the London Underground, but interesting for that.

Holloway Road, London

Meeting of Styles - London

London Metropolitan University, Holloway Road, North London, UK

Week 8 - D is for Dustbin

Scurrying past the Deconstructivist Graduate Centre designed by Daniel Libeskind

 

London Metropolitan University (informally London Met) is a public university located in London, United Kingdom. It was established on 1 August 2002 by the amalgamation of the University of North London (formerly the Polytechnic of North London, established in 1896) and London Guildhall University (formerly the City Polytechnic, established in 1848). The University has campuses in the City of London and in the London Borough of Islington, with a museum, as well as archives and libraries. The Women's Library houses the Fawcett Society archives and other material on the history of feminism. The other collections are the TUC Library, the Irish Studies Collection and the Frederick Parker Collection.

 

In 2011, following a review of its undergraduate education provision which revealed that 80% of its students were on just 80 courses, London Met announced it would be slimming down its course offering. On 30 August 2012, the University's "highly-trusted status" with the UK Border Agency of the Home Office was revoked, revoking the University's right to sponsor new visa applications for non-EU/EEA foreign students, as well as revoking the existing visas of the University's pre-existing non-European foreign students, causing them to be excluded from the University, and compelling them to seek places with alternative institutions.

  

London Metropolitan University, Holloway Road, North London, UK

Shows the block of shops on the stretch of the Holloway Road between St John's Villas and Fairbridge Road, Upper Holloway / Archway. The nearest shop is Fryett & Deacon a tailor. Next to it is what appears to be a pawn broker, indicated by the 3 balls. Further down the block of shops is H. Tice. Postcard by John Walker & Co Ltd, London.

20th February 2011

 

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Argos, Holloway Road Nag's Head, London N7

 

Meeting of Styles

Holloway Road, London

Islington, London

März 2008

Meeting of Styles - London

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Country To Country Festival 2017

One of my favourite bands played their final gig last week. Most of the pictures from the after party are unpublishable for one reason or another.

 

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Holloway Road Underground station, Piccadilly Line. Nicely unrestored. 29th March 2017.

Some signage from what was the Castle pub on Holloway Road.

While the pub was called The Bailey this signage was covered, but shut as pub in 2014 & the signage was revealed, but the building is now a burger bar.

The new Oxfam shop in the Holloway Road

 

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Holloway Road, North London, UK

London 2008 - A (73.5)

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