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List of closed London Underground stations

These stations of the London Underground and its predecessor companies (such as the Metropolitan Railway, the City and South London Railway and Underground Electric Railways of London) are now closed and, for the most part, abandoned.

As are these stations, all of which were at the far end of the Metropolitan Line, and stretch the definition of "tube station" a little:

These deep-level stations have closed platforms:

These stations once served by the Metropolitan Line, District Line or Northern City Line (Great Northern & City Railway) remain open as mainline stations:

References

J. E. Connor, London's Disused Underground Stations, Capital Transport, 2001 (2nd edition)

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