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Just up the road from King's Cross was the giant arch that stood outside the front of Euston station. Despite an outcry, it was demolished in the early 1960's when a new station was built.

Just up the road from King's Cross was the giant arch that stood outside the front of Euston station. Despite an outcry, it was demolished in the early 1960's when a new station was built.

This is the Bank branch of the northern line platform at Euston. This island platform doesn't exist anymore, or perhaps part of it was converted. Comments/more info welcome.

This very early 1960's view looks north to the Hampstead Road that leads to Camden Town and where the RM on trolleybus replacement route 269 has come from. The RT on route 1 is turning from Euston Road into Tottenham Court Road. The junction here makes the Euston Road look incredibly narrow. This picture was taken shortly before the final trolleybuses ran in this location and Tottenham Court Road succumbed to the one-way traffic scheme. It's been pointed out that none of the buildings...

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The Prince Edward Theatre, opened in 1930, was used as a cinema between 1954 and 1978.

RM 912 (or pulls out of Mare Street into Morning Lane on a sunny afternoon where the only Kink is in the road.

Shame about the pole obscuring the bus. But the point was to get a shot of the bus stop. I'd seen it before and thought it looked like something from the 1930's that had somehow been forgotten - so I snapped this before it was too late. Any info welcome. RM 831 stands in St Paul's Road just before the junction with Essex Road. Taken with Pentax K1000

This pic could have been taken in the 1940's. The Buses At Work site www.busesatwork.co.uk/Routes/236.htm confirms that this route was worked by the Leyland TD class from Tottenham AR and Leyton T garages from October 1949 to November 1958, when RF's then took over. But it's possible that LTL 1164 from Leyton has been drafted in during this time due to shortages. Anyway, a lovely picture of this old six-wheeler, which is at a bus stop and flag similar to the type in pic ...

A young cyclist overtakes RML 902 on route 16 in the Edgware Road, just a few yards away from Marble Arch. Taken with Pentax

An inspector stands on a traffic island with his back to the now demolished Astoria Theatre, Charing Cross Road. RM 1524 on route 19 approaches the camera with an unidentified RM on route 22 not far behind