did you know?
- Oxo Tower Wharf was once a power station, built around 1900 to supply electricity to the Post Office.
- In the late 1920s it was purchased by the Liebig Extract of Meat Company, creators of the famous OXO beef cube.
- Its architect, Albert Moore, incorporated the design as windows on a tower to get around the ban on skyline advertising.
- Each of the illuminated letters on the Oxo Tower measures over 10ft high!
OXO Tower Wharf
The Oxo Tower, Bargehouse Street, South Bank, London, SE1 9PH