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ABANDONED STATIONS ON LONDON`S UNDERGROUND

A Photographic Record


1st Edition - 2000
by J E Connor
ISBN 978-0-947699-30-7
Book 17cm 23.5cm, Softback 96 Pages 130 Photographs, Plus Maps & Ticket illustrations
Publisher: Connor & Butler
Availability: Out of print


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From the Introduction: “This book is a companion to my previous volume London's Disused Underground Stations, and provides a photographic record of many stations which are no longer open. Brief historical data is included, however readers who require further information are recommended to consult the earlier publication, which is a detailed study of all abandoned LUL stations within the London Boroughs. Each route has been dealt with alphabetically, with stations appearing in geographical order. I have used current line titles to assist the reader in identifying present day remains, although some historical anomalies have occurred. Of particular note is the route to Hounslow, which was worked from the outset by the Metropolitan District Railway, and continued to be part of the District Line until 1964. As it is now only served by the Piccadilly Line, it appears under that heading. This means that the short branch to Hounslow Town, closed in 1909, would be completely isolated if correctly shown as 'District', so it is featured in the Piccadilly section. The book is intended to be largely pictorial. Therefore I have ensured that, except for the odd unavoidable case, there has been no duplication of photographs with the previous volume. I have also included sections of line outside the bounds of Greater London, such as the Brill branch, together with routes associated with London Transport but not actually part of the Underground system. These include the Docklands Light Railway, and the station at Uxbridge Road, which until 1940 was served by Metropolitan trains linking Edgware Road with Earl's Court. I have featured stations which have been totally closed, together with those where the platforms have been relocated on completely new sites. I have intentionally avoided rebuildings such as West Hampstead and Northwood, where platforms have been moved laterally in connection with track alterations, and also instances of street level buildings being discarded in favour of newer entrances, as at Euston and Green Park.

Contents:

  • Abandoned Projects
  • Central Line
  • Circle Line
  • District Line
  • District & Circle Lines
  • Docklands Light Railway
  • East London Line
  • Hammersmith & City Line
  • Jubilee Line
  • Lost Services
  • Metropolitan Line
  • Northern Line
  • Piccadilly Line
  • Tower Subway
  • Maps:
  • Hampstead Tube c.1907
  • LPTB 1933
  • LPTB Uxbridge 1938
  • LT 1949
  • Metropolitan Rly 1870s
  • Metropolitan Rly 1924 (Part)
  • Metropolitan District Rly (Part)
  • Underground Group c.1913
  • Underground Group 1924
  • Index:
  • ALDGATE EAST
  • ALDWYCH
  • ALEXANDRA PALACE
  • AYLESBURY
  • BLAKE HALL
  • BRILL
  • BRITISH MUSEUM
  • ‘Brockley Hill’
  • ‘Bull & Bush’
  • Underground Group c.1913
  • ‘Bushey Heath’
  • ‘Castle Road’
  • CITY ROAD
  • CHARING CROSS
  • CRANLEY GARDENS
  • CROUCH END
  • ‘Deep Level Shelters’
  • DOWN STREET
  • EARL’S COURT
  • ‘Elstree’
  • ‘Elstree South’
  • ’Express Tube Line’
  • GRANBORO’ RD
  • HAMMERSMITH
  • Hammersmith LSW
  • HAMMERSMITH GROVE RD
  • Hammersmith (The Grove)
  • HIGHGATE
  • HILLINGDON
  • Hounslow
  • Hounslow Barracks
  • HOUNSLOW TOWN
  • HOUNSLOW WEST
  • ISLAND GARDENS
  • KING’S CROSS ST. PANCRAS
  • KING WILLIAM STREET
  • LORDS
  • Mark Lane
  • MARLBOROUGH ROAD
  • MILL HILL THE HALE
  • MUDCHUTE
  • MUSWELL HILL
  • NEW CROSS
  • ’North End’
  • Northfield (Ealing) Halt
  • NORTHFIELDS & LITTLE EALING
  • NORTH WEALD
  • ONGAR
  • OSTERLEY
  • Osterley Park & Spring Grove
  • PARK ROYAL & TWYFORD ABBEY
  • PRESTON RD FOR UXENDON
  • St. John’s Wood
  • St. John’s Wood Road
  • St. Mary’s (Whitechapel)
  • ST. MARYS (WHITECHAPEL RD)
  • SHEPHERD’S BUSH
  • SOUTH ACTON
  • ‘Southend’
  • ‘South Kensington’
  • SOUTH KENTISH TOWN
  • STOCKWELL
  • Strand
  • STROUD GREEN
  • SWISS COTTAGE
  • QUAINTON ROAD
  • THE TOWER OF LONDON
  • TOWER HILL
  • TOWER HILL (Tower Subway)
  • UXBRIDGE
  • ‘Uxbridge Belmont Road’
  • UXBRIDGE ROAD
  • VERNEY JUNCTION
  • VINE STREET
  • WADDESDON
  • WADDESDON MANOR
  • WESTCOTT
  • WHITE CITY
  • ‘Windsor’
  • WINSLOW ROAD
  • WOOD LANE
  • Wood Lane (Exhibition)
  • Wood Lane (White City)
  • WOOD SIDING
  • WOTTON
  • YORK ROAD

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Country: UK
Area: UK London

 

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