Industry Top Industry-related places to visit in London.

Top Industry-related places to visit in London.


The wheels of industry have changed a lot in London since the industrial revolution, here are a bunch of locations that immortalised industry and business in the capital.

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11. Morden Hall Park @ Morden Hall Road, Morden
12. Colour Mauve invented here @ 290 Cable Street, London
13. Dick Whittington lived here. @ College Street
14. Thames Ironworks @ Bow Creek, Canning Town
15. Ford plant in Dagenham @ Kent Avenue, Dagenham, Essex
16. Lockwood Reservoirs Archaeology @ Lea Valley
17. News International HQ @ Thomas More Square, Pennington Street, Wapping
18. William Morris' Birthplace @ Elm House, 341/343 Forest Road, Walthamstow
19. The Yorkshire Stingo @ Chapel Street, Marylebone, London
20. William Tierney Clark lived here @ 7 Hammersmith Terrace, Hammersmith
21. World's 1st Business Computer @ Kaevener House, Hammersmith Road
22. Beckton Gasworks: FMJ @ Royal Docks Road, East Ham, London
23. Freemans Started Here @ 131-143 Clapham Road, Clapham
24. Thomas Crapper was here @ 120 King's Road, Chelsea
25. Spratt's Dog Food Factory @ Morris Road, Poplar
26. Tom Bata's Shoe Factory @ East Tilbury
27. Explosive Dryads' Hall @ Woodbury Hill, Loughton, Essex
28. Gestetner's Former Home @ 124 Highbury New Park, Highbury
29. Leavesden Warner Bros Studios @ Essex Lane, Leavesden, Watford
30. Inventor James Wimshursts Home @ 7 Crescent Grove, Clapham Common
31. First Plastic Invented Here @ Berkshire Road, Hackney Wick, London
32. Heathrow the Hamlet @ Croydon Road, Hillingdon
33. Billingsgate Fish Market @ Trafalgar Way, London
34. Wapping Food Power Station @ Wapping Hydraulic Power Station, Wapping Wall
35. The Hoover Building @ Perivale, Middlesex
36. The Crystal Palace @ Hyde Park
37. The Apprentice Pad @ Candahar Road, Battersea
38. Brunel's The Engineer @ 65 Gloucester Avenue, London
39. The Grunwick Dispute @ Chapter Road, Willesden
40. London's Capital Records @ One Kemble Street
41. Tetley's Home of Tea @ 25 Cullum Street, Fenchurch Street
42. London Glassblowing Company @ 66-66 Bermondsey Street
43. Markfield Beam Engine Museum @ Markfield Road, Tottenham, London
44. Crystal Palace Transmitter @ off Crystal Palace Parade
45. Black Cat & Greater London House @ Hampstead Road London
46. God's Own Junkyard @ Unit 12, Ravenswood Industrial Estate, Shernhall
47. Fishmonger's Hall @ London Bridge, London
48. Home of WB Adams railway pioneer @ 9 Woodbury Hill, Loughton, Essex
49. Doves Bindery and Press @ 15 Upper Mall, Hammersmith
50. Queen Victoria's Silk Weaver @ Howard House, 14 Fournier Street, Spitalfields
51. Matchmakers Wharf @ Lee Conservancy Road, Homerton Road, Hackney
52. Creator of the A-Z born here @ 3 Court Lane Gardens, East Dulwich, London
53. The Original Media Mogul: Elias @ 19-24 Floral Street, Covent Garden, London
54. A Huguenot Silk Weaver's Home @ 19 Princelet Street, London
55. Ealing's Shoelace Inventor @ 17 Cantley Road, Ealing, London
56. Andrex 2-ply invented here @ Paper Mill Place, St Andrews Road, Walthamstow
57. Home of the Speaking Clock @ Flowers Close, Brook Road, Dollis Hill
58. The Time Ball @ Flamsteed House, Greenwich
59. Tompion and Graham Clockmakers @ 69 Fleet Street, London
60. Walthamstow Pumphouse Museum @ 10 South Access Road, Walthamstow
61. Fairfield Works: Strike a Light! @ Fairfield Road, Bow
62. Splendid Heath Hall @ 59 The Bishops Avenue, Barnet
63. Inventor of Holograms lived here @ 79 Queens Gate, Kensington, London
64. Millennium Mills @ Mill Road, West Silvertown