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Down Street Station

Down Street Station

Down Street Station

Down Street Station

King’s Cross Station London 1939 Photo: Wolf Suschitzky

King’s Cross Station London 1939 Photo: Wolfgang Suschitzky

London trams in the Kingsway Tram Tunnel, Holborn. London.        (Image: London Transport Museum/TfL.)

Unused tube stations - London Underground history - Time Out London - Kingsway Tram Tunnel from Southhampton Row to Embankment, closed in 1952

Many abandoned London Underground stations, tunnels and passageways lie across the Tube network, including King's Cross, Euston, North End and Lord's.

Abandoned London Underground: 10 (More) Derelict Tube Stations & Deserted Platforms

Abandoned London Underground: 10 (More) Derelict Tube Stations & Deserted Platforms - Urban Ghosts Media

Liverpool Street Station: Sunday, 21st May 1922.  (Photo courtesy GER Society archive)

London, Liverpool Street Station: Sunday, May 1922

Aldgate East Station, Whitechapel High Street, 8 Feb 1911

Aldgate East Station, 8 Feb 1911 via English Heritage

Notting Hill Gate Station after completion in the 19th century.

Paving the way: Notting Hill Gate Station in West London, shortly after completion in The birth of the modern railway was crucial in moving the masses into and around this rapidly expanding city

Liverpool Street station

Liverpool Street station

La estación de Liverpool Street 25 de de julio de 1976.

La estación de Liverpool Street 25 de de julio de 1976.

It can be hard to appreciate London's Tube stations when combating the   communter crush, but 16 of these transport hubs have been transformed into   heritage sites. Our gallery of Tube stations photographed in days gone by   might help you to appreciate why these stations have been granted Grade   II-listed status by Heritage Minister John Penrose.

London's listed Tube stations

It can be hard to appreciate London's Tube stations when combating the communter crush, but 16 of these transport hubs have been transformed into heritage sites. Our gallery of Tube stations photographed in days gone by might help you to appreciate why these stations have been granted Grade II-listed status by Heritage Minister John Penrose.

Victoria underground station, c 1925

London's growth accelerated during the century, and it was the world's largest city from about 1831 to This growth was aided fro.

East London line: Rotherhithe station, June 1968

Railway photographs - pictures of trains, signal boxes, railway stations

Northern Line station Finchley Central in 1981 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Northern Line station Finchley Central in 1981

Two taxis are pictured outside Paddington Underground station, Bakerloo line subway entrance opening onto Praed Street, in 1932 © TfL from the London Transport Museum collection

The history of the London taxi from the hansom cab to the new Nissan.

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