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Gloucester Road


Gloucester Road Station was one of the first London Underground stations that A.J Wells re-signed. A combination of traditional heritage signage and new Roundel and directional signage was produced as part of a refurbishment in the early 1990s.

This project is a good example of the durability and longevity of vitreous enamel. The current condition of the enamelled signage at Gloucester Road Station is testament to the durability of vitreous enamel. The signage and framing still looks as good today as it did when it was first installed in 1992.

A.J Wells have continued to re-sign and re-furbish stations across London Underground, producing all 8 types of enamelled and illuminated signage including suspended, hanging, wall-mounted, trackplates, line diagrams, frieze panels and roundels.