South Ruislip Station
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Small industrial estate developed 1930s;
Goldschmidt factory. streamlined brick front with ribbon windows and entrance tower.
ARM, near the junction of West End Road was built by Charles Mills of Hillingdon Court. Quite fanciful, with patterned tile hanging, shouldered- windows and coloured brick bands.
Runs parallel with the railway from Station Approach and reflects the name of the railway
Sainsburys with a series of jutting pantiled roofs. 1987 by Sainsbury Architectural Practice, a friendly vernacular image replacing the short-lived office tower built for B.E.A. in 1964 by I. Ward & Partners.
Dates from between the wars
South Ruislip Station, 1st May 1908. Between West Ruislip and Northolt Park on Chiltern Trains line to St.Marylebone and between Ruislip Gardens and Northolt on the Central Line. On the Great Western and Great Central Railway opened as ‘Northolt Junction’. It was at the jJunction of the two lines from Paddington and St.Marylebone. In 1932 it was renamed ‘South Ruislip and Northolt Junction’ and in 1948 renamed ‘South Ruislip when Central Line services started.
South Ruislip Day Nursery by the Borough Architect's Department 1980; a large playroom under a broad-eaved tiled roof.