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A beautiful and unique wall decoration; part of an original linen roll with destinations of an English double-decker bus. This roll hung both at the front and at the back and indicated the (final) destination for the travelers.


The station name was professionally framed by Framecraft, based in Castle Donington (UK). The frame shows very light damage (a bit of black paint has disappeared in 2 to 3 places) but is otherwise in good condition.


Liverpool Street Station is both a rail and tube station. Opened in 1874 and 21 years later it had the largest number of platforms of any station in London. During World War I, an air raid on the station in 1917 resulted in 162 deaths. The station made headlines worldwide when it was damaged in the July 7, 2005 bombings. Liverpool Street.

Professionally framed station name from roll of English double-decker bus

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