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Explore our 50th anniversary website

If these walls could sing...

Explore hidden stories in our new website, supported by Heritage Lottery Fund, celebrating 50 years of the Roundhouse.

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How and why the Roundhouse was built

Why the Roundhouse was built

The Roundhouse was first built as an Engine House in 1846-1847 to service goods locomotives which had grown in size and could no longer be accommodated by Camden Goods Station. Find out how and why the Roundhouse was built 170 years ago.

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Young Creatives

Aged 11-25? If you’re cutting your teeth as an artist or just getting started, there are loads of opportunities to shape your skills.