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House Removals in Shoreditch, E1
House Removals in E1 Shoreditch

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These House Removals companies are located in Shoreditch

Handy Moves
Company Type: Storage
Unit 53, 63 Jeddo Rd
London, W12 9EE
Tel. 020 8746 7129
Tel. 08000 380 390

London Removals
Company Type: Removal Companies
26 York Street, Mayfair
London, W1U 6PZ
Tel. 020 8811 8933

Man and Van
Company Type: Storage
UNIT 36, 88-90 HATTON GARDEN
London, EC1N 8PN
Tel. 020 8811 8922

No added House Removals are located in Shoreditch

The following House Removals are the ones that we have found closest to Shoreditch
Movers
Company Type: London Removals
131 London Rd
, KT17 2BS
Tel. 020 83940770

Access Man & Van Services - Epsom
Company Type: Removal Companies
15 Burghfield
, KT17 4ND
Tel. 01372 728638

Movers Removals Services
Company Type: Removals Checklist
131 London Rd
, KT17 2BS
Tel. 020 8394 0770

Surrey Transport Ltd
Company Type: Storage
5 Victoria Place
, KT17 1BX
Tel. 07908 684768

D R S Removals
Company Type: Removals Checklist
26 Wilbury Avenue
, SM2 7DU
Tel. 0808-166 3859

Chapman T
Company Type: Storage
133 Banstead Rd South
, SM2 5LJ
Tel. 020 8642 8340

Kendall Self Drive
Company Type: London Removals
53 Kingston Hill
, KT2 7PS
Tel. 0845-241 3377

Hazles Of Coulsdon
Company Type: London Removals
49 St. Andrews Rd
, CR5 3HH
Tel. 020 86681282

1st Call Mini & Maxi Removals
Company Type: Removals Checklist
60 Goldfinch Rd
, CR2 8SS
Tel. 0808-166 2031

Man & Van
Company Type: Man and Van
38 Arkwright Road
, CR2 0LL
Tel. 020 8768 3774

S M Transport
Company Type: Southwark Removals
126 Brighton Rd
, CR2 6AE
Tel. 020 8688 8742

Eric Hewlett
Company Type: Removal Companies
3 Farnborough Av
, CR2 8HE
Tel. 020 8657 3567

Mathews Removals
Company Type: Removal Quotes
18 Hurst View Rd
, CR2 7AG
Tel. 020 8406 5544

Avondale Express Removals
Company Type: Southwark Removals
37A Purley Oaks Rd
, CR2 0NW
Tel. 020 8668 6774

Robarts Removals Of Surrey
Company Type: London Removals
2 Church Paddock Court
, SM6 7AW
Tel. 020 8669 2813

Sandersteads Removals
Company Type: Removal Quotes
190 Unit E3 Felnex Trading Est London Rd
, SM6 7EL
Tel. 020 86696688

Pauls Removals
Company Type: Man and Van
23 Flat 4 Maldon Road
, SM6 8BL
Tel. 020 87734308

24-7 Instant Removals
Company Type: Removal Companies
147 London Road
, KT2 6NA
Tel. 0800-345 7279

The-removals-team.co.uk
Company Type: Southwark Removals
76 Manor Rd
, SM6 0AB
Tel. 020 8773 3929

Burton & Smith Moving Ltd
Company Type: Storage
Movement House/Soho Mills/London Rd
, SM6 7HN
Tel. 020 8773 1122

E R Logistics
Company Type: Removals Checklist
Watermill House/Restmor Way
, SM6 7AH
Tel. 020 8254 9884

Barwells
Company Type: Man and Van
11 Manor Road
, SM6 0BW
Tel. 07788 467516

A A 1 Prompt Removals
Company Type: London Removals
A/2 The Chase
, SM6 8NE
Tel. 0208-760 0562

Sandersteads Removals Ltd
Company Type: Removal Companies
Unit E3/Felnex Trading Est/190 London Rd
, SM6 7EL
Tel. 020 8669 6688

ABC Light Removals
Company Type: Removal Companies
18 Senga Rd
, SM6 7BQ
Tel. 020 8669 4084

Britannia Sandersteads
Company Type: Storage
Unit E3 /Felnex Trading Estate/190 London Road
, SM6 7EL
Tel. 01737 643096

R.E.Movals
Company Type: Removals Checklist
31 Lewis Road
, SM1 4EQ
Tel. 020 86422260

E1 House Removals services in Shoreditch
Places of interest in Shoreditch, E1

Shadwell station

Shadwell station could refer to:

St George in the East

All Hallows Bread Street · All Hallows-by-the-Tower · All Hallows Honey Lane · All Hallows Lombard Street · All Hallows-on-the-Wall · All-Hallows-the-Less · All-Hallows-the-Great · All Hallows, Staining · Christ Church, Greyfriars · College of Minor Canons · Dutch Church, Austin Friars · Holy Trinity Gough Square · Holy Trinity the Less · Hospital of St Thomas of Acre · Old St Paul's Cathedral · St Alban, Wood Street · St Alphage London Wall · St Andrew-by-the-Wardrobe · St Andrew, Holborn · St Andrew Hubbard · St Andrew Undershaft · St Ann Blackfriars · St Anne and St Agnes · St Antholin, Budge Row · St Audoen within Newgate · St Augustine Papey · St Augustine, Watling Street · St Bartholomew-by-the-Exchange · St Bartholomew-the-Great · St Bartholomew-the-Less · St Benet Fink · St Benet Gracechurch · St Benet, Paul's Wharf · St Benet Sherehog · St Botolph, Aldersgate · St Botolph, Aldgate · St Botolph Billingsgate · St Botolph-without-Bishopsgate · St Bride, Fleet Street · St Christopher le Stocks  · St Clement, Eastcheap · St Dionis Backchurch · St Dunstan-in-the-East · St Dunstan-in-the-West · St Edmund, King and Martyr · St Ethelburga, Bishopsgate · St Faith under St Paul's · St Gabriel Fenchurch · St George Botolph Lane · St Giles, Cripplegate · St Gregory by St Paul's · St Helen, Bishopsgate · St James Duke's Place · St James, Garlickhythe · St John the Evangelist Friday Street · St John the Baptist upon Walbrook · St John Zachary · St Katharine Cree · St Katherine Coleman · St Laurence Pountney · St Lawrence Jewry · St Leonard, Eastcheap · St Leonard, Foster Lane · St Magnus the Martyr · St Margaret Lothbury · St Margaret Moses · St Margaret, New Fish Street · St Margaret Pattens · St Martin, Ludgate · St Martin Orgar · St Martin Pomary · St Martin Vintry · St Martin Outwich · St Mary Abchurch · St Mary Aldermanbury · St Mary Aldermary · St Mary-at-Hill · St Mary Axe, London · St Mary Bothaw · St Mary Colechurch · St Mary-le-Bow · St. Mary Magdalen Milk Street · St Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street · St Mary Mounthaw · St Mary Moorfields · St Mary Somerset · St Mary Staining · St Mary Woolchurch Haw · St Mary Woolnoth · St Matthew Friday Street · St Michael Bassishaw · St Michael, Cornhill · St Michael, Crooked Lane · St Michael-le-Querne · St Michael, Paternoster Royal · St Michael Queenhithe · St Michael Wood Street · St Mildred, Bread Street · St Mildred, Poultry · St Nicholas Acons · St Nicholas Olave · St Nicholas Shambles · St Nicholas, Cole Abbey · St Olave, Hart Street · St Olave, Old Jewry · St Olave, Silver Street · St Paul's Cathedral · St Peter le Poer · St Peter, Paul's Wharf · St Peter, Westcheap · St Peter upon Cornhill · St Sepulchre-without-Newgate · St Stephen Coleman Street · St Stephen Walbrook · St Swithin, London Stone · St Thomas the Apostle · St Vedast alias Foster · Temple Church

Whitechapel tube station

Whitechapel acted as the eastern terminus for some Hammersmith & City Line trains, particularly at weekends and outside peak hours but from the December 2009 timetable, trains will reverse alternately at Plaistow and Barking.

Queen's House

Although the House survived as an official building?being used for the lying-in-state of Commonwealth Generals-at-Sea Richard Dean (1653) and Robert Blake (1657)?the main palace was progressively demolished from the 1660s to 1690s and replaced by the Royal Hospital for Seamen,[9] built 1696-1751 to the master-plan of Sir Christopher Wren. This is now called the Old Royal Naval College, after its later use from 1873 to 1998. The position of the House, and Queen Mary II's order that it retain its view to the river (only gained on demolition of the older Palace), dictated Wren's Hospital design of two matching pairs of 'courts' separated by a grand 'visto' exactly the width of the House (115 ft). The whole forms an impressive architectural ensemble that stretches from the Thames to Greenwich Park and is one of the principal features that in 1997 led UNESCO to inscribe 'Maritime Greenwich' as a World Heritage Site.

Greenwich

As the United Kingdom grew into an advanced maritime nation, British mariners kept at least one chronometer on GMT in order to calculate their longitude from the Greenwich meridian, which was by convention considered to have longitude zero degrees (this convention was internationally adopted in the International Meridian Conference of 1884). Note that the synchronization of the chronometer on GMT did not affect shipboard time itself, which was still solar time. But this practice, combined with mariners from other nations drawing from Nevil Maskelyne's method of lunar distances based on observations at Greenwich, eventually led to GMT being used worldwide as a reference time independent of location. Most time zones were based upon this reference as a number of hours and half-hours "ahead of GMT" or "behind GMT".

Information by Wikipedia.com



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