Canon Row Police Station

London, United Kingdom

Canon Row Police Station

Canon Row Police Station in Canon Row, Westminster, was one of the Metropolitan Police's better known central London police stations. Replacing a leased station on King Street in St James's, it opened on 21 July 1902 in an extension to the Norman Shaw Buildings, then the home of New Scotland Yard. The extension was designed by the Metropolitan Police Surveyor, John Dixon Butler, with R. Norman Shaw acting as consultant. The building is listed at Grade II*, and is no longer in use as a police station.


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