The oldest abandoned tube station is King William Street, which was closed in 1900 when the better appointed Bank station opened.

The oldest abandoned tube station is King William Street, which was closed in 1900 when the better appointed Bank station opened.

A man writing on a complaints poster, 1922. | 38 Breathtaking Pictures From The Early Days Of The London Underground.....

38 Breathtaking Pictures From The Early Days Of The London Underground

A man writing on a complaints poster, 1922. | 38 Breathtaking Pictures From The Early Days Of The London Underground.....

The entrance to Blackfriars Underground station, 1924. | 38 Breathtaking Pictures From The Early Days Of The London Underground

The entrance to Blackfriars Underground station, 1924. | 38 Breathtaking Pictures From The Early Days Of The London Underground

Waterloo Bridge 1869 construction of the Metropolitan Line

Waterloo Bridge 1869 construction of the Metropolitan Line

Euston Station prior to redevelopment. At the very front of the photo Euston Road can just be seen. The Arch was in Drummond Street, most of which is now beneath the platforms of the modern station. The road to the right of the station in this picture is Eversholt Street.

Euston Station prior to redevelopment. At the very front of the photo Euston Road can just be seen. The Arch was in Drummond Street, most of which is now beneath the platforms of the modern station. The road to the right of the station in this picture is Eversholt Street.

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