Signature awning – The Station House Pub
The Signature awning by Deans is the strongest of our folding-arm awnings range. On this large Signature awning, installed on the Station buildings in West London, the awning frame has an integrated cover board thereby ensuring the fabric cover is enclosed within its own housing which provides complete fabric protection against the elements when retracted. Electric operation of the Signature awning is via a wireless switch and we can add additional solar and wind sensors to provide extra convenience and safety. The aluminium frame of the Signature awning has been powder coated in our own facility to a shade matching the client’s specification. The awning has been installed at high level which is another reason for the specifying of the signature awning as its great strength gives security and safety in use comfort to the client.
The Station House Pub is a long established neighbourhood pub that has recently undergone extensive refurbishment. The newly renovated upstairs dining room shown here serves Pizza, Italian tapas and modern European dishes including a traditional Sunday roast and is the perfect spot for family get togethers and celebrations. They can also accommodate private hire for up to 44 seated . The ground floor bar is a popular spot for casual dining and drinking. Guests can enjoy Pizzas and Italian tapas and a wide range of wines, beers and spirits. A large beer garden out front gets packed on sunny days and a real fire inside keeps guests cosy in winter months.
The station was opened as Acton on 1 August 1853 by the North and South Western Junction Railway (N&SWJR), but was renamed Acton Central on 1 November 1925. Between 1875 and 1902 it was connected with St Pancras via the Dudding Hill Line, which branches off the North London Line between Acton Central and Willesden Junction. Harlesden (Midland) railway station was the next stop on the line north. The Dudding Hill Line is still open today, but only carries freight. The Station House is no longer part of the railway network but houses the Station House Pub.