Following on from the (sold out) Modernist tours, here are three more London Underground architecture tours that have gone on sale today.

Three tours, taking place in April, June and September, being organised by the Transport Museum, all last three hours and cost £30.

Deep Level Tube

Saturday 1 April 2017

Discover the iconic architecture of Leslie Green on this tour along the Piccadilly line, see parts of the original stations and unearth the details that characterize the Leslie Green style. You’ll visit Holloway Road, Arsenal, Russell Square and finish at Covent Garden.

Book here

Jubilee Line Extension

Saturday 24 June 2017

Opened in 1999 and overseen by Roland Paoletti, the Jubilee Line extension architects strove to produce stations that would match the standards of the Frank Pick and Charles Holden legacy. Explore the contrast between the extension and the older Jubilee Line stations on this tour, including Canada Water, Southwark and West Ham.

This tour is part of the London Festival of Architecture 2017.

Book here

To Town To-night

Celebrate the 70th anniversary of the extension of the Tube from Liverpool Street to Woodford and Newbury Park and join us as we examine the surviving architecture of London’s earliest ‘main line’ suburban stations, together with some of the last Charles Holden designs for London Transport.

Book here


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