Booking Hall, Euston underground station, 1908
Title: Booking Hall, Euston underground station, 1908
Place: London, England
Description: The booking office at Euston underground station, 1908. Euston was the first London station to be built and it opened in 1838 as the terminus for the London & Birmingham Railway. Trains ran to Watford, St Albans and Rickmansworth.
Our reference: 1997-7409_LMS_1491
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