Euston underground station, 1908
Title: Euston underground station, 1908
Place: London, England
Description: Euston underground station, London, 1908. The tube station served the City & South London and Hampstead railways, now the Victoria line. It was opened in 1907. Signs point the way to the main line station, operated by the London & North Western Railway. The construction of underground railways greatly increased commuter traffic in and out of London, and encouraged the growth of suburbs.
Our reference: 1997-7409_LMS_1490
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