On our relocation blog this week at Gerson Relocation, we’re taking a nostalgic and quirky look at some of the most unusual domestic moving projects we’ve completed in London and across the wider UK over the years.
As an innovative removal company in London, we’ve been providing removal and storage services for over five decades, and some of the client requests we’ve dealt with during that time have really tested our removal capabilities.
Some of the quirkiest removals and relocation services Gerson has provided include the client projects pictured below – we hope you enjoy them!
Delivering the stone alter to the Regents Park Mosque.
Antique cathedral throne from Toronto to Canterbury Cathedral for the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Moving Henry Moore’s sculptures – these were given to the Henry Moore Foundation, and delivered to the Perry Green Park Collection in 1977.
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