Fi­nal call for ev­ery­thing at T1


Harefield Gazette - - News - by SALINA PA­TEL­tel@trin­i­tymir­ Twit­ter: @Sali­naPa­tel1

EV­ERY­THING must go!

The en­tire con­tents of Ter­mi­nal 1 at Heathrow Air­port has been put up for auc­tion, from check-in desks and bag­gage sys­tems to air­port fur­ni­ture and sig­nage.

There are hun­dreds of items of­fered for sale which can be in­spected by prior ap­point­ment only.

As part of a unique of­fer­ing ‘Turn key’ so­lu­tions are avail­able for the ex­trac­tion, re­fur­bish­ment and re-in­stal­la­tion of the air­port sys­tems.

Global auc­tion firm Global Part­ners are the hosts of a se­ries of auc­tions and pri­vate treaty sales for the re­main­ing con­tents of the air­port ter­mi­nal.

The ter­mi­nal closed al­most two years ago, at the end of June 2015, to al­low for the sec­ond stage of Ter­mi­nal 2’s ex­pan­sion.

It was of­fi­cially opened by the Queen in April 1969, around 10 months af­ter it first opened its doors.

It un­der­went a huge re­de­vel­op­ment project which was com­pleted in 2005, dou­bling its de­par­ture lounge in size.

Items that can be bid on in­clude stair lifts, lug­gage re­claim carousels, air­port seats and art­work..

a view of the air­port build­ing and sur­round­ing roads

the Queen opened the new ter­mi­nal build­ing in 1969

the check in area for united air­lines at ter­mi­nal 1

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