In his “London's Disused Underground Stations” transport historian J.E. Connor traces the history of 22 Underground stations within the boundaries of the Greater London closed between 1900 and 2006 - from King William Street open only for just under 10 years and closed on 25th February 1900 to Shoreditch used for over 130 years before its closure on 11th June 2006.
Each chapter is illustrated with photos of the station buildings and interiors, some also have diagrams of platforms and tracks, etc. Additional chapters describe stations which have been re-sited. This latest edition of the book was published in 2012.
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