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28 January 2014 | Maps | By: Geoff Marshall

London's Ghost Stations: Mapped

London's Ghost Stations: Mapped
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A while ago, Us vs Th3m published a much-shared alternative tube map showing abandoned (or 'ghost') stations on the London Underground, put together by Dylan Maryk. Our resident transport geek and Tube Challenge record holder Geoff Marshall was working on something similar, and has now put together a simpler version that corrects a few errors and adds on surface buildings that you can still see, like the former Hyde Park Corner entrance. See the key in the bottom-right corner for more details.

Although treading similar ground to that previous map, we thought it was good enough to be worth sharing here. (It's also drawn from scratch, to avoid potential breach-of-copyright problems.)

With assistance from Ben Pedroche, author of Do Not Alight Here.

See our full list of alternative tube maps.

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Geoff Marshall

Aldgate East coloured green? "Something still to see" - absolutely.

Get an H&C train heading west from Aldgate East towards Liverpool Street and look out of the windows to your left. You can just about make out old platforms and - best of all - if you look up (neck craning required, I grant you) the remains on the old footbridge going over the tracks. I only just found this out recently.

Geoff Marshall

Tweaked a few things that needed correcting. If you want the latest and greatest version for keeps, it's here:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/c7r0...

CronFlakes

ah - I had noticed there seemed to be a few errors on the old one - good work on this.
No DLR though?!

crazygamer

i wish that the tube still went to winsor, it would make Reading so much more conected to london (it is by train but a tube would be usefull to) and would have been very usefull in the 2012 olyimpic games as the easest way to get from london to Eaton downy (the lake in winsor where they hald one or two events) was a train to reading and a bus to winsor