'Designed by Lewis Cubitt in 1850 the Goods Yard was a major hub for goods coming in from the north of England and Scotland for distribution across the city. Goods of all shapes and sizes passed through including grain, coal, fish, livestock, and potatoes.'
This guide to Coal Drop Yard, beautifully illustrated by the children of Kings Cross Academy Primary School unearths the story of this historic area, currently being renovated as a destination for designer boutiques, including our new Tracey Neuls Store, opening in October 2018.
From 14 October - 1 November Secret7 will exhibit all the artwork at NOW Gallery on Greenwich Peninsula in London, all 700 records will be sold via auction on the final day. All profits will be donated to help refugees.
Tracey Neuls is proud to be part of this movement amongst photographers, illustrators, painters, graffiti artists and sculptors.
"We have had a lot of fun in our East London shop, pushing the boundaries of retail, treating it like a gallery and hosting thought-provoking Artist Collaborations and creating our most recent Mise en Scene Shoe Bar. We've had a blast and thought leaving you on a funny note would make perfect sense. We look forward to serving you at our other Two Locations in London and of course Online.
Thanks for all your support, laughs and damn good fun - onwards and upwards!"