Decorated with four glorious chimneys, this is one of the most famous buildings in UK. Living Dieselpunk symbol, the station is looking fine in a Steampunk entourage:
Construction works started in 1929 and were accomplished only in 1955. Sir Giles Gilbert Scott was in charge of exterior design.
Battersea Station owes a lion's share of its fame to Pink Floyd album Animals
(1977). Long before that it was featured in The Beatles' Help!
movie (1965). This mighty building 'played' Victory Mansions in 1984
(1984) and Bosworth Field in Richard III
Photo by Andy Welsby
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