A female trolley driver signals a left turn on a platform at Liverpool Street Station, London, WW1

A female trolley driver signals a left turn on a platform at Liverpool Street Station, Great Eastern Railway - Photographer Horace Nicholls

Victoria Station, c 1916.

Victoria Station, London 1916 - Back then.

St Pancras station booking hall, 1912.

St Pancras station booking hall, Love these old pictures

St Pancras station by Colin T Gifford

St Pancras station by Colin T Gifford. Gifford is noted railway photographer. This image appears to have been taken during the as Gifford documented the decline of steam on Britain's railways.

A fascinating late Victorian view of Brunel's London Paddington station before it was extended on the east side with a fourth roof span. The train is in platform 6 and the view is towards the buffer stops.

A fascinating late Victorian view of Brunel's London Paddington station before it was extended on the east side with a fourth roof span. The train is in platform 6 and the view is towards the buffer stops.

Elephant And Castle tube station, 1907. It had opened the year before by the Baker Street and Waterloo Railway.

Elephant And Castle Bakerloo Line Station, Skipton Street, Elephant And Castle, Bermondsey Rotherhithe And Southwark, Greater London August 1907 -Photographer AAB

Euston Station Kiosk

“Wyman & Sons newsagent at Euston Station in

Euston Station, London, 1962

Euston Arch, the original entrance to Euston Station, London.

Euston Station

Circulating Corridor at Euston Station - 1962 - photo by Ben Brooksbank

Euston Station

Euston Station

Euston Station

Decorations at Euston station, 1945

Euston 1962

Arrive at Euston

Euston Station

Euston Station

Euston Station Hotel

Euston Station Hotel

Euston Station

Euston station, about 1925

Euston Station

The random jottings of Madam Arcati: Tony's singular adventures - Euston, an opportunity to rebuild the Arch.

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