Frederick E. Bromige: Grosvenor Rayners Lane Cinema, 1936.

Architecture: Beaux Arts and Art Deco style

Grosvenor cinema with its art deco frontage is one of the London´s finest suburban cinema buildings. Opened in 1935 became now the Zoroastrian Centre for Europe. it´s architect was Frederick E. Bromige. (LON_DSCN6295) ------ Image copyrighted.

Art Deco Grosvenor Cinema built in Harrow, Middlesex, London by Metropol Deidré Wallace - Architecture Daily

Rayners Lane Station, Harrow. BY: CHARLES HOLDEN and REGINALD UREN BUILT: 1938

Rayners Lane Station, Harrow. BY: CHARLES HOLDEN and REGINALD UREN BUILT: 1938

Rayners Lane London Underground Station in Harrow on the Hill, Greater London

See 69 photos and 10 tips from 839 visitors to Rayners Lane London Underground Station.

Rayners Lane. 1946

Our Catalogue Reference: ZSPC Description: Exterior of the ticket hall at Rayners Lane Station Date: c 1946 Images reproduced by permission of London Transport Museum © Transport for London

London Underground A60 and A62 stock in their original unpainted livery at Rayners Lane station

London Underground and stock in their original unpainted livery at Rayners Lane station.Ah, Rayner's Lane

Rayners Lane Metropolitan Line Station. View south on Alexandra Avenue 2nd April 1978

Rayners Lane Metropolitan Line Station. View south on Alexandra Avenue April 1978

London Underground 1973 Stock 113 and 124 at Rayners Lane

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Rayners Lane Grovesnor

Name: Rayners Lane Grovesnor Date: 1936 Architect: F. Bromige Borough: Harrow Listing: Grade II* Notes: Designed by F. Bromige and opened in the former Grosvenor Cinema is a.

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