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Hoover Building, Perivale
England

The Hoover Building, just off the A40 leading into London, is the Art Deco building that once housed the manufacturing facility for the Hoover company that manufactured vacuum cleaners. It now hosts a superstore and some other offices.

Copyright: Hans ter horst
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