Final call for everything at T1
CONTENTS OF TERMINAL 1 AT HEATHROW ARE UP FOR AUCTION
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