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TQ2288 :: Hendon Central tube station

Taken 8 months ago by Mike Quinn near Hendon/TQ2389, Barnet, England

Hendon Central tube station by Mike Quinn
Hendon Central tube station

Hendon Central Station opened in November 1923 as part of the extension from Golders Green to Edgware of what is now the Northern Line. For its first year after opening, until the extension to Edgware was completed in 1924, Hendon Central was the Northern Line terminus. In common with neighbouring stations on this north-western branch of the line, the station was built to designs by Stanley Heaps, architect to London Underground LinkExternal link . The station is Grade II listed LinkExternal link .
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Subject Grid Square TQ2288
Subject Lat/Long 51.583276,-0.226433 (click to view more nearby images)
Near Hendon/TQ2389, Barnet, England
Photographer Mike Quinn
Taken 20181003 201810 2018 (about 8 months ago)
Submitted 2018-10-10
Context Suburb, Urban fringe · Railways ·
Subject underground station ·
Group Underground · Hendon Central Station · Hendon Central Tube Station ·

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