London Underground Station Encyclopaedia (Capital)

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A comprehensive volume containing histories and details of every one of the 272 stations served by the London Underground. Entries are presented in alphabetical order and comprise the following information for every station:

Layout and Heritage Designation: An overview of the extent and access arrangements of each station, with formal Grade listing information.

Key Dates: A chronology of important events including opening dates, major modifications, addition of new lines, redevelopment of access arrangements and other significant changes.

Design and Notable Facts: A general history and commentary on each station describing how the station has developed over the years and drawing attention to notable design features.

For absolute completeness, London Underground Station Encyclopaedia covers all stations served by London Underground trains, not just those operated by the company. In the case of Network Rail stations that share a name with Underground facilities, such as Paddington, the encyclopaedia covers just the Underground areas. For more integrated sites such as Ealing Broadway, the site as a whole is covered.

London Underground Station Encyclopaedia is a valuable reference work relating to the London Underground. Hardback. 416 pages.

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