Former York Road Underground Station

Former York Road Underground Station


London, United Kingdom (GB)
York Road was an underground station in London that opened 15th December 1906 and closed 19th September 1932. The station was part of the Great Northern, Piccadilly & Brompton railway. The station closed due to low passenger use.

What's left today:
The station building is still there today and is now a an emergency exit for passing trains. The platforms are also still visible, but only from passing trains. The eastbound platform is bricked off. The site is also currently being used as an emergency exit from the tunnels. One of the passenger ways between the two platforms is permently lit by lights and is used as the path from the tunnel to the surface incase of emergency.
York Road was an underground station in London that opened 15th December 1906 and closed 19th September 1932. The station was part of the Great Northern, Piccadilly & Brompton railway. The station closed due to low passenger use.

What's left today:
The station building is still there today and is now a an emergency exit for passing trains. The platforms are also still visible, but only from passing trains. The eastbound platform is bricked off. The site is also currently being used as an emergency exit from the tunnels. One of the passenger ways between the two platforms is permently lit by lights and is used as the path from the tunnel to the surface incase of emergency.
View in Google Earth Abandoned, Transportation - Rail
Links: en.wikipedia.org, www.abandonedstations.org.uk
By: Drudii

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