A blog commemorating the unique fusion of form and function of UK coal hole covers - Victorian urban street art at its finest.
Friday, 6 March 2015
New finds in Euston
I was visiting a different part of London to normal yesterday and was hoping to find some interesting new covers. I wasn't disappointed. Just outside Euston station on Euston Square I saw this Dudley and Dowell cover from Warley in Worcestershire. Perhaps it came in a train to Euston. In Tavistock Place in the yard of Mary Sumner House there were 3 double sized Winser and Co (London) covers. They were notable because they had places for an iron ring to help lift them.