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Removals Man with a Van in Somers Town

Our professional team of movers and packers from in will take care of protecting and transporting your household goods.

All the furniture will be dismantled and protected by being loaded into specially designed van equipped for transportation and removals. After we deliver your items to the desired address we will assemble furniture and organize your belongings in your new home according to your instructions.

Reasons why you should choose Removals Man with a Van?:

✔ competitive and affordable prices in exchange for quality removal service.
✔ careful and professional handling of belongings is a priority for our stuff
✔ specially designed vans, fully prepared to carry out professional moves.
✔ we offer a wide selection of boxes and other packaging materials.

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About Somers Town

Somers Town Somers Town is a district in central London. It has been strongly influenced by the three mainline north London railway termini: Euston (1838), St. Pancras (1868) and Kings Cross (1852), together with the Midland Railway Somers Town Goods Depot (1887) next to St Pancras, where the British Library now stands.
Historically, the name Somers Town was used for the larger triangular area between the Pancras, Hampstead, and Euston Roads, but it is now taken to mean the rough rectangle bounded by Pancras Road, Euston Road, Eversholt Street, Crowndale Road, and the railway approaches to St Pancras Station; that is to say, the area about 200 metres east and west of Chalton Street. Somers Town to some extent overlaps with the parish and district of St Pancras.