The Best Of Perivale In Photos

Laura Reynolds
By Laura Reynolds Last edited 21 months ago
The Best Of Perivale In Photos
Grand Union Canal in Perivale. Photo: HoosierSands

Nestled between Wembley and Greenford in north west London, Perivale is perhaps best-known for its Art Deco style Hoover Building, used by The Hoover Company, and also used to manufacture aircraft parts in the second world war. Today that building is a Tesco supermarket.

An open day at Perivale Bus Garage to celebrate the Year of the Bus in 2014. Photo: Andrew Smith
Hawker Hunter plane on Vanguard storage in 2013. There has since been a TARDIS in its place. Photo: Matt Brown
Wembley Stadium viewed from Horsenden Hill. Photo: Jutiar Salman
Urban fox in Perivale in 2015. Photo: Sean Hartwell Photography
The old Hoover Building. Photo: HoosierSands
The car park of Tesco in Perivale, which is in the old Hoover building. Photo: Colour Boy
Gates to Horsenden Hill Visitors' Centre. Photo: HoosierSands
Starvin Marvin's American diner on Western Avenue in 2014. It has since closed. Photo: Nigel Bewley
Another shot of Wembley Arch from Perivale. Photo: Matt Brown
William Hogarth plaque at Vanguard. Taken from Leicester Square, perhaps in the 1980s. Photo: Matt Brown

Last Updated 23 May 2016

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"What's that no mans land between wembley and uxbridge?"
"Perivale"
"Jesus that place was depressing"
"Isis has a beauty parlour there it's next to a petrol station"