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TUBE LONDON Next time I would want to wish something better for U. I will look at my scars thanks for reminder

Southgate Tube Station Art Deco glory (Via The Vintage Guide to London)

Architecture - Art Deco - London, Southgate Tube Station designed by Holden,

Northern Line | London in 1953 by Cas Oorthuys

Twenty-three Evocative Photographs of London in 1953

The only wooden escalator still in service on the London underground at greenford - the rest were scrapped in the wake of the kings cross fire in 1987.

The only wooden escalator still in service on the London uUnderground at Greenford - the rest were scrapped in the wake of the King's Cross fire on 18 November 1987 in which 31 people died.

London - Mind the gap! As they say over there! Loved the Underground because it was so fast and easy. Got a shot of me in front of Parliament (where Big Ben is) right at noon when the bell started chiming.

London - Mind the gap! Loved the Underground because it was so fast and easy. Got a shot of me in front of Parliament (where Big Ben is) right at noon when the bell started chiming.

The old London tube

33 more breathtaking and incredible photos of abandoned places

london underground tiles - Google Search

london underground tiles - I always loved the round tunnels and the sleek lines of the tube stations pedestrian passages.

Railways

The best Ladybird illustrations ever!

The Story of Railways: The London Underground. Author: Richard Bowood Illustrator: Robert Ayton 100 Years of Ladybird Books.

Under London: Blitz experience tours of Aldwych Underground station - Telegraph

Under London: Blitz experience tours of Aldwych Underground station

<b>Featuring rat catchers, "fluffers", and of course strikes.</b> Have a look at our series from the earliest days <a href="http://www.buzzfeed.com/alanwhite/38-breathtaking-pictures-from-the-early-days-of-the-london-u">here</a>.

31 Gorgeous Photos Of The London Underground In The '50s And '60s

Tea on the Tube: A London Underground official drinking a cup of coffee during trials of new automatic trains on a section of the Central Line. The trains are intended for use on the newly opened Victoria underground line.

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