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Heavenly metal: London's railings - Harry Mount

Features | By Harry Mount

New railings, ‘dog rails’ and gate

A tour of the Tottenham factory that’s replaced miles of railings ripped out of 40 London squares during the war

David Sugarman has changed the face of London. In the past 23 years, his family-owned factory has returned elegant railings to no fewer than 40 London squares. David, 61, has built gates for the Royal Albert Hall and Buckingham Palace and installed balustrades at the back of Downing Street to conceal Tony Blair’s air-conditioning unit. ...

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