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Abandoned Stations on London's Underground: A Photographic Record

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Abandoned Stations on London's Underground: A Photographic Record (Paperback)
by Jim Connor

# Paperback: 96 pages
# Publisher: Connor & Butler (1 Feb 2000)
# Language English
# ISBN: 0947699309

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This book is a concise and very easily read review of all the stations that have shut on the London Underground. Many closures are quite well known, but the book also looks at the stations which have been relocated and re-designed. I was surprised to learn that there are so many of these. The book explores each line seperately and discusses each station usually with interesting pictures.
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