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Disused King William Street Underground station

Topical Press1930-07-08

London Transport Museum

London Transport Museum
United Kingdom

King William Street Underground station, City & South London Railway (C&SLR) which opened 18 December 1890, closed 24 February 1900. Interior view taken at the now disused station looking along a narrow central island platform enclosed within a semi-cylindrical brick tunnel. In the midground, a narrow wooden signal cabin rises above the platform, supported on stilts with a wooden stairway leading to a single door. The top of the cabinreaches the roof of the tunnel chamber. Rusty semaphore signals hang from the ceiling in the foreground. A wheelbarrow stands foreground right.

Details

  • Title: Disused King William Street Underground station
  • Creator: Topical Press
  • Date Created: 1930-07-08
  • Location: King William Street Station
  • Subject Keywords: Station
  • External Link: Record in London Transport Museum Collections Online
  • Reference number: 1998/75394
  • Item location: Hidden London: the Exhibition, Covent Garden Museum

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