If you want bells and whistles with your daily commute, don't go via these dull station buildings. No doubt some of you will find our choices controversial — do fight your corner in the comments below.
There's not much pay off for going all the way to zone 6's Hornchurch station.
The designers of Becontree Underground Station weren't keen on over-glamorising this plain District line offering when it was rebuilt in the 1930s. It is said to be haunted by the ghost of a faceless woman though — so it's not all bad.
It might be handy for Heathrow, but Hounslow West is pretty uninspiring on the outside. Though it does have a heptagonal ticket hall, which some may find exciting.
It reminds us of a horrible primary school we went to in the 80s, and the sight of this boring building — actually built in 1934 — is unlikely to cheer you up on your way to work, despite the tower on top.
There's nothing high about the low-roofed brick shed that is High Barnet station. It looks a bit like a toilet block but retains some of its original Victorian architecture (apparently).
There's 50 shades of grey going on at Hatton Cross — and not in a sexy way. If this doesn't make you want to fly somewhere sunny from nearby Heathrow, we don't know what will.
We quite like the red bit on the cashpoint on the Jubliee line's least-used stop. Everything else is making us yawn.
It's got some trees, which we like, but the rest of West Ham Station is plain boring — despite the slightly sinister glass cage-like structure on the top.
Have we missed out your local snore-inducing station? Let us know in the comments below.