Tube: Station to Station on the London Underground, written by Oliver Green and published by Shire Publications, provides historical background to London’s present day Underground network and then takes you on seven guided tours to observe the influence of architects such as Charles Holden, designer of many stations built in 1920s and 1930s, or Sir Norman Foster.
This pocket-size book first charts the expansion of the Underground system from its beginnings in 1860 to the present day work on Crossrail, and then provides descriptions of journeys (Inner Circle, Pioneer Tubes, Bringing Chicago to London, Metro-Land, Northern Heights, Piccadilly Progress, and Heading South and East: DRL and JLR) with best examples of old and new buildings, platform decorations, etc.
Illustrated throughout by numerous photos, the book will provide much new interesting information both to every day tube users and to visitors to London.
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