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Harrow Green

Unit 3 Bromford Central, Bromford
Lane, West Midlands
B8 2SE
Phone: +44 (0) 121 326 0810

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3 Dean House, Dean Road Trading
Estate Avonmouth
BS11 8AT
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Croydon

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Eagle House, Waddon Industrial
Estate 3b Princes Way
CR0 4RD
Phone: +44 (0) 20 8633 1800

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Glasgow

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Unit 3B Milnpark Trading Estate
12 Lambhill Quadrant, Kinning Park,
Scotland G41 1SB
Phone: +44 (0) 141 419 7070

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Leeds

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Unit 22, Millshaw Industrial Estate
Millshaw Park Lane, Yorkshire
LS11 0HF
Phone: +44 (0) 113 272 6460

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London

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2 Oriental Road
E16 2BZ

Phone: +44 (0) 207 540 6500

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Manchester

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Unit 3, Europa Triangle
John Gilbert Way
M17 1FP
Phone: +44 (0) 161 669 5020

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2 Oriental Rd, London
E16 2BZ

Phone: +44 (0) 207 540 6570

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ITP Group

Harrow Green

Unit 1
Stadium Way, Tilehurst, Reading
RG30 6BX
Phone: +44 (0) 1189 438 001

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IT Efficient

Harrow Green

Units 4B-4F, Shefford Industrial Park,
St. Francis Way, Shefford,
Bedfordshire, SG17 5DZ
Phone: +44 (0) 1462 813 132

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Relocom

Harrow Green

Units 4B-4F Shefford Industrial Park,
St. Francis Way, Shefford,
Bedfordshire, SG17 5DZ
Phone: +44 (0) 345 3131 491

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Harrow Green meets Hollywood!

1/4/2017

Our relationship with The John Rylands Library goes back many years and we couldn't think of a better setting for a few scenes in a new film on Sir Winston Churchill called Darkest Hour.

Harrow Green - printing press image The film focuses on Churchill’s tumultuous first few days as Prime Minister as the threat of Nazi invasion loomed over England and his own party conspired against him.

So when film makers Clop Films Ltd contacted us to move a historic printing press known as the Colombian Printing Press or Eagle Press so that filming could take place we jumped into action!  Although we only moved the press 20 yards and returned after filming to put it back in the same place it wasn’t as easy as it sounds.  The Columbian press dates back to the mid 1800’s and was designed to allow a whole newspaper page to be printed in a single pull, made of cast iron and weighing in at 1.5 tonnes, it required our expert knowledge to move it safely and carefully.  Our team used specialist handling equipment and relied upon our tried and tested methodologies of moving historical artefacts to ensure a perfect move.  We enjoyed our little taste of Hollywood!

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