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Fitzrovia Pedestrian Gate

A listed property in Central London required a small pedestrian gate and railings designed to replicate original ironwork in the area.

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Drawings by architect Gabor Gallov (www.gaborgallov.com)

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Each vertical railing section is core drilled into the coping stone in the traditional manner.

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Square section railings punched through verticals

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Collars provide a decorative cover where the railings meet the coping stone.

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Traditional anti-theft hinge

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