London Underground map that shows every abandoned ‘GHOST STATION’

London Underground map that shows every abandoned ‘GHOST STATION’.

Tunnel into the past! From ‘British Museum’ to ‘Down Street’, the fascinating London Underground map that shows every single abandoned ‘GHOST STATION’
It has been created by Franklin Jarrier, who names the ‘ghost stations’ and indicates the date they closed.
His map shows the actual layout of the Tube’s various tracks, as well as the overground lines.
One former station that shut in 1934 – Brompton Road – is now used by the Ministry of Defence.
There are 49 abandoned stations on the 249-mile-long London Underground network – and they have all been detailed on a fascinating map of it.
What’s more, his map shows the actual layout of the Tube’s various tracks and shows the overground network, too, along with its abandoned stations. The level of detail is astonishing – even platform numbers are pinpointed.

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It has been created by Franklin Jarrier, who not only names these ‘ghost stations’, but indicates the date they closed. His map also shows the actual layout of the London Tube network.

Source: London Underground map that shows every abandoned ‘GHOST STATION’  | Daily Mail Online

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