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Rachel Clark
25 Limehouse Cut
46 Morris Road
London
E14 6NQ
UK

Telephone
+44 (0)20 7987 8776
+44 (0)7528 674 383

Email
rachel@rachelclark.com

Rachel Clark location

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The studio is near Canary Wharf and is easily reached via the Underground and the DLR (Dockland Light Rail). It is approximately ten minutes walk from Bromley-by-Bow station (District Line) and a short walk from Langdon Park DLR station. DLR stations are an extension of the Underground and are reached via Jubilee, Central or District Lines.

The studio is in a large red brick Victorian warehouse called Limehouse Cut, one of three in a complex opposite Barchester Street. There are large green gates for vehicle access and a few yards to the left of these a smaller green pedestrian gate, both have intercom systems. If you are on foot please use the pedestrian gate – it gives you faster access to the complex.

As you enter the courtyard Limehouse Cut is the warehouse diagonally to the left with the ramped walkway leading up to the door.

Rachel Clark directions

From Langdon Park station
Travelling from Straftord: cross the platform via the bridge and turn right out of the station onto Chrisp Street which becomes Morris Road. The studio gates are on your right opposite Barchester Street.

Travelling from Canary Wharf: turn right out of the station onto Chrisp Street which becomes Morris Road. The studio gates are on your right opposite Barchester Street.

From Bromley-by-Bow station
Turn right out of the station then first right into Devas Street. You will pass Devons Road DLR station on your left. Turn left shortly after this into Violet Road which becomes Morris Road. You will see a large sign ‘Spratts’ on one of the red brick warehouses on the left as you approach. Turn left through the gates which are opposite Barchester Street.

By Car
There is free parking in the area over the weekend. I recommend that you use public transport during the week. If you want to park near the studio during weekdays you can either use pay-and-display parking, or contact me three weeks in advance to purchase scratch cards. There is limited visitors’ parking in the studio courtyard, but it is not always available. Please do not park in the residents’ spaces – there are clamping restrictions.