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Vintage Pictures Of Tube Stations

Vintage Pictures Of Tube Stations

As you'll learn from these photos, the tube's first vending machine was installed in 1883, and school lessons were once held in Elephant and Castle Underground station.

Highgate (now Archway) tube station, 1930
Source Old London
Disused station between Whitechapel and Aldgate
Source Myretailmedia
Cleaning carriages at London Bridge station, 1918
Source Old London
Liverpool Street station, 1905
Source Old London
British Museum underground station, 1937
Source Old London
King's Cross station, 1950s
Source Old London
Tooting Broadway station, 1927
Source Old London
British Museum tube station, 1921
Source Britishmuseum
A London Underground member of staff at Leicester Square station, 1933
Source Covent Garden
Maths lesson in the Elephant & Castle Underground station during an air raid alert over London in 1941
Source Yesteryear
Shepherds Bush Underground station, 1933
Source Old London
Piccadilly Circus underground station, 1960s
Source Old London
Vending machines were first introduced on the underground in 1883
Source Lt Museum
Ladbroke Grove station, early 1900s
Source Old London
Londoners seek shelter in Aldwych tube station, April 1941
Source History In Pictures
Mill Hill East station, 1966
Source Disused Stations
Westminster Underground station, 1937
Source Old London

Last Updated 12 January 2017