Eura Conservation ensures the prolonged life and integrity of these objects of historic value – be it brass urinals or steam locomotives we have helped them all. Our experienced team can and will work in such as stone, brick, glass, metal, and wood. Ensuring the restoration is as close to authentic as possible! Please view some of our projects below to help get a sense of scale and importance of our previous projects

Tynemouth Station Canopy Restoration

Eura Conservation were delighted to be able to restore the historic canopy to Tynemouth Railway station. The canopy was in a fragile state when Eura were invited to restore the beautiful Victorian ironwork to its former glory....

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South African Locomotive Class 15F

Eura Conservation were the chosen company for the sensitive but intensive work needed on this now prime exhibit for Glasgow’s Riverside Museum. There was a specific project requirement of the locomotive and its tender being...

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James Allan Senr & Son Pissoir

James Allan Senr and Son were the makers of this cast iron urinal or pissoir. (There’s another in the vicinity of the Sydney Harbour Bridge in Australia, sold to them in the late 1800’s.) The facility has the space to...

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Eastnor Castle Samovar

The repair and conservation of a brass samovar from Eastnor Castle. The samovar had suffered substantial damage over its life with splits and dents in many areas of the brass surface. The splits were mended using internal brass...

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