Match, Pie and Grill, Holloway Road

Feeling peckish before an Arsenal home game? Plenty of scope for refuelling on the corner of Holloway and Liverpool Road. Here’s the latest drawing in the Holloway Road series. There are two parts to this drawing, an odd assortment of buildings forming Piebury Corner and a row of three story red brick houses. It was this terrace which caught my eye on this part of the Great North Road. The plan of these buildings show up on the edge of London Sheet 29 of the Old Ordnance Survey Maps – Upper Holloway, which possibly dates them pre-1869, or at least some of them.

Holloway Road Indian Takeaway and Piebury Corner
Charcoal Grill Restaurant, Piebury Corner, 209-211 Holloway Road (as featured in Country Life), Holloway Indian Takeaway, No 215,  and Dorset House    Piebury Corner Holloway Road Cruwys 1a.jpgHolloway Road Cruwys  2a
older building than the adjacent ones.

Charcoal Grill Restaurant, Piebury Corner, 209-211 Holloway Road (as featured in Country Life), Piebury Corner, Holloway Indian Takeaway, No 215,  and Dorset House.

Dorset House was once home to Walter Tovey, a retired policeman and widower at the time of the 1881 census.  His late wife was called Elizabeth and came from Dorset.

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The details on the balustrade are very similar to the design on Southwark bridge, built 1913- 1921 by Sir Ernest George RA Architect. Does anyone know any more about this building?

George’s Road marks the beginning of the Victorian red brick terraces with their stone window sills and iron railings. They don’t appear to be in a conservation area but I think they are worth drawing for the records. Please get in touch if you have any insights into the history of this part of Holloway Road or if you know of any significant event which has taken place so I can add it to the blog. Holloway Road ronnie cruwys.jpg

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More places to eat and a barber shop, Salon des Artistes, 225 Holloway Road

Victorian architecture, terraced houses Holloway Road

Blackstones, 227 Holloway Road, Bhawarma and Alternatives Beauty Clinic

Paddy Power betting shop Holloway Road

Paddy Power, El Ringo Quiteno

Victorian terrace on Holloway road

Ferro Services, Roll Papa and Zee Zee

 

 

Buff brick building on Holloway Road

Crazy Repair Centre and Global Office Furniture

Limited editition signed fine art quality prints are now available to buy of the entire street scene, more details on the website Drawing the Street.

 

 

Residential flats on Holloway road by Ronnie Cruwys

London Coffee Club, 261 Holloway Road

About ronniecruwys

Worked as a conservation architect in Staffordshire for many years, I'm now living and working in the Clyde Valley, South Lanarkshire. Drawing, sketching and exploring my new Scottish life and surroundings. Graduate of Aidan Hart's Icon Diploma course, run by the Prince's School of Traditional Arts. Please visit my other blogs https://www.icondiplomastudent.com and https://drawingthestreet.com and main website https://www.drawingthestreet.co.uk
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