8 Interesting Buildings that Wouldn’t Exist if it Wasn’t for the Car

1. The Daimler Garage on Herbrand Street, London One of the best-known modernist buildings in central London, built in 1931, ┬áit was also one of the first garages to be listed at Grade II. 2. The Wolseley showroom on Piccadilly, London By the 1920s car showrooms in city centres had become quite ornate. Wolseley, listed Grade II*, was one of the most glamorous. 3. Bond’s Garage, Barkway, Hertfordshire A lovely example of a typical village garage built in 1938, withRead more