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Preston Road Underground station

Preston Road Underground station

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L2665. Preston Road Station on the Underground's Metropolitan line, as seen in September 1933. Designed by Charles W. Clark, architect of the Metropolitan Railway, the station's entrance has been incorporated into a parade, with shops at ground level and flats above. Beneath the map of the Metropolitan's route, there is a poster advertising cheap tickets to Metro-Land, the suburban corridor of north-west London and beyond that was served by the Metropolitan's trains.
Publisher
ContributorLondon's Transport Museum
Creatorattribution - Topical Press
Datecreation - 1933-09-02
TypeDigital images - Scanned
Formatresolution - 300 dpi
dimension.H - 152mm
IdentifierLondon's Transport Museum - 1998/ 65321
SourceLondon's Transport Museum
LanguageEN
Relationcopy of - Black and white print
Coveragepoint - 1933-09-02
Location.Current Repository - London's Transport Museum
Location.Creation Site - Preston Road Station, Greater London (O.S. Ref: 518200 187300)
RightsLondon's Transport Museum