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MOS Bus Depot 1990 plus Booth Spec 1994.


Panoramic view of 103 Gaunt Street before the MOS redevelopment

Muzik Magazine 1996

Ministry Of Sound

A converted bus garage in Elephant & Castle, a little bit of New York lands in London; James Palumbo, Justin Berkmann, Humphrey Waterhouse, Graeme Park, Jeremy Healy and a fresh-faced Paul Oakenfold are joined by the likes of Larry Levan, Bert Bevan and Kenny Carpenter as the first real "dance club" in the UK (and it really is a club, with rules and membership forms) is launched.

Words - MOS

Booth Spec as featured in DJ Magazine sometime in 1994. The inclusion of CD, DAT and Cassette deck were standard.

Photos of old booth layout - MOS







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