A few months ago, a large office window in Old Street gained a large model railway. It’s sort of based on the local area, but is more of an atmospheric representation than an exact replica, so no need to complain about the wrong trains/buses/whatever.

Sadly I can’t tell you more, as my enquiry to the apparent office occupiers, an office fit-out company did not get a reply.

So here are just some contextless photos of something lovely to look at.

The model can be found at 5-23 Old Street, next to the junction with Goswell Road and Clerkenwell Road.


Article last updated on September 8th, 2021 at 12:17 pm

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5 comments
  1. Melvyn says:

    Some how South West Trains have escaped from Waterloo and crossed the river to Old Street …..

  2. Roger Vipond says:

    Hi. Do the trains actually run?! And the road traffic?

  3. Liam says:

    What a brilliant use of a window. Hopefully it’s to high for the very small children to press their noses against the window and leave sticky handprints on the glass (bah humbug). Great idea though whoever got it in there.

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