Winsland Mews, Paddington, Bayswater, London, W2
MINT WING MEWS PART OF WINSLAND MEWS:
Source: The guide from Mews Walk in Paddington – 16.06.10
Today Mint Wing Mews is a NHS Office, but it used to be a place to park horses as they were carrying the material for the construction of Paddington Station, designed by Marc Isambard Brunel, around 1850. Around 300 horses and fifty workers helped building the station, which was the London terminus of the Great Western Railway. Two levels with a ramp were allowing the horses to come gently as they were parked upstairs and downstairs.
BOROUGH: City of Westminster.