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Northern Line: Abandoned/Ghost Stations on The London Underground

ABANDONED / GHOST TUBE STATIONS ON THE LONDON UNDERGROUND THE NORTHERN LINE KING WILLIAM STREET GHOST 1890 - 1900 ANGEL CITY ROAD GHOST 1901 - 1922 River Thames LONDON BRIDGE O OLD STREET BOROUGH KENTISH TOWN GOLDERS GREEN SOUTH KENTISH TOWN GHOST 1907 - 1924 1907 GHOST NORTH END CAMDEN TOWN HAMPSTEAD LEGEND ADVERTISEMENT GHOST Closed due to technical issues * Small platforms, tight curves and steep gradients in tunnel. In 1895 a central island platform with tracks each CONFIRM YOUR CONFIDENCEIN CHURCHILL side was constructed to enable two trains to occupy the station at once, though capacity remained restricted. + Conserved area (Hampstead Heath) T Closed due to low passenger numbers GHOST FIE Station never used/opened War Connections [1) Used as a public air-raid shelter during WWII. ... Past route of track 4 of 5 Designed by Penney Design (2010) ( 13

Northern Line: Abandoned/Ghost Stations on The London Underground

shared by rmmojado on Jan 24
Abandoned/Ghost stations are those which are closed and disused. Many remain fairly intact and some even feature time capsule-like qualities, such as WWII propaganda posters hanging from the platform walls.


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