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London's Disused Underground Stations

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by J.E. Connor
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.
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Do Not Alight Here - Walking London's Lost Underground and Railway Stations

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by Pedroche Ben
Abandoned tunnels, derelict stations, old trackbeds and much more; all are included in "Do Not Alight Here", an entertaining and informative book that guides the reader through London's many remaining disused Underground and main line railway structures. They can be viewed in a series of 12 guided walks and short tube and train journeys, devised and investigated by the author, each of which takes in a sampl...
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What's in a Name?

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by Harris, Cyril M.
In What’s in a Name? Cyril Harris has researched extensively the origins of the station names on the London Underground and Docklands Light Railway, and in the process providing a fascinating insight into the social history of our capital. Dealing with questions such as what style of dress gave its name to a well-known London landmark, which gardens were given to the nation by Queen Victoria and where fires...
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What's in a Street Name

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by Antony Badsey-Ellis
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Underground Heritage (London)

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by Badsey-Ellis Antony
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London Clocks

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by Whiting, James
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The Spread Of London's Underground

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by Tim Demuth
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Mr Beck's Underground Map

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by Ken Garland
Mr Beck's Underground Map by Kan Garland, published by Capital Transport in association with the London Transport Museum, charts how what for most Londoners is one of the most iconic images connected with the city, Harry Beck’s diagram of the Underground network, was first produced in 1933 and then evolved during the designer’s work for London Transport until 1960.
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London's Secret Tubes

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by Andrew Emmerson
London's Secret Tubes: wartime citadels, subways and shelters uncovered, written by Andrew Emmerson, Tony Beards and members of Subterranea Brittanica, deals with the less familiar aspects of London’s network of underground structures.
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Northern Line

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by Mike Horne
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London's Underground Stations

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by Durnin, Stephen
This book celebrates the many styles of station building on the London Underground. None of the original station buildings from 1863 remains, but there are nevertheless some survivors from the time of the opening of the District Railway in 1868, such as Gloucester Road and Bayswater.
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Bright Underground Spaces: the Railway Stations of Charles Holden

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by David Lawrence
Bright Underground Spaces: the Railway Stations of Charles Holden, written by David Lawrence and published by Capital Transport in association with the London Transport Museum, looks at the first period of radically new architecture on the London Underground, between the mid-1920 and the start of the Second World War, and in particular at the work of Charles Holden.
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The Aldwych Branch

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by Antony Badsey-Ellis
This is the story of a now-disused branch of the Underground between Holborn and Aldwych. Although just a quarter of a mile long, it was a hopeless enterprise from the early 20th century beginnings and never covered its costs. For such a small stretch of railway, it has a surprisingly colourful history, especially during wartime and when its lengthy disused spaces have been used for experimental design work...
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No Need To Ask! - Early Maps of London's Underground Railways

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by David Leboff and Tim Demuth
No Need To Ask! - Early Maps of London's Underground Railways by David Leboff and Tim Demuth, published by Capital Transport in association with the London Transport Museum, illustrates the development of the many attractive and unusual maps used to describe and publicize London’s Underground railways before the famous diagrammatic map designed by Henry Beck which first appeared in 1933.
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London's Metro-land

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by Alan A. Jackson
London's Metro-land, written by Alan A. Jackson and published by Capital History – an imprint of Capital Transport Publishing, charts the development from fields to houses and shops of north-west London and the parts of Middlesex, Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire served by the Metropolitan line.
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Metropolitan Line

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by Mike Horne
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Tube Trivia - An A-Z of Fascinating Facts About the London Underground

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by Emmerson Andrew
Presenting fascinating facts and debunking some well-worn myths, this new pocket size book is ideal reading matter for the Tube or preparing for your next pub quiz. Its 160 pages are packed with answers to questions you may have and to questions you would not have thought of asking. Its A to Z format makes it easy to find a particular piece of in
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Boris's Bus

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by Whiting, James
Fulfilling a pre-election pledge, in December 2011 London mayor Boris Johnston launched the New Bus for London at Trafalgar Square. The first prototype went into service the following month and production vehicles are now arriving for a start on the main programme of conversions to the type, hailed as a new icon for London. This book covers the background to the new bus and its entry into service.
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The Marvels of Flying: Air Travel Before 1950

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by Emmerson, Andrew
Travel back to the golden age of flying from 1920 to 1950, when ...- A primitive means of short-haul travel was transformed into a sophisticated intercontinental air service, with striking modern airports and impressive new designs of aircraft making flying an experience unlike any other mode of transport. - Air travel, although exclusive, also touched everybody's life in film plots and novels, advertising ...
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Underground and Overground Trains

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by Emmerson, Andrew
The successor to London Underground Rolling Stock, this new book gives details of all trains currently in service on the London Underground and Overground networks, with coverage of engineers' trains and brief coverage of sold stock. Full lists of unit formations are also included. Well illustrated in colour.
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