Piccadilly Extension (London Electric Railways)





Locations along the line

These locations are along the line.

New north side entrance to Finsbury Park Underground station, LUL Piccadilly and Victoria Lines, on 29th December 2019. This opened on 17th ...
David Bosher 29/12/2019
South side entrance to Finsbury Park Underground station on Seven Sisters Road, on 29th December 2019. This is now open only on weekdays between 06.45 ...
David Bosher 29/12/2019
Refurbished LUL 1973 stock on a Piccadilly Line service to Cockfosters calling at Finsbury Park station, an interchange with the LUL Victoria Line and ...
David Bosher 01/01/2019
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One of the stairwell entrances to Manor House station, LUL Piccadilly Line, on the Cockfosters extension that opened as far as Arnos Grove on 19th ...
David Bosher 09/12/2010
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Original Tickets & Trains sign, with more modern sign above, at one of the stairwell entrances to Turnpike Lane, LUL Piccadilly Line, on 16th ...
David Bosher 16/09/2020
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The platform for Piccadilly Line trains to Heathrow and Uxbridge at Southgate station, north London, opened in 1933, looking north, on 16th November ...
David Bosher 16/11/2012
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Designed by Dr. Charles Holden (1875-1960), the London Underground^s Chief Architect between the two world wars, and opened on 31st July 1933, 30 days after the formation of the London Passenger Transport Board, with the final extension from Enfield West (now Oakwood).
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The LUL Piccadilly Line terminus at Cockfosters, opened in 1933, seen here on 16th November 2012. Designed by Dr. Charles Holden (1875-1960), the ...
David Bosher 16/11/2012
The ticket hall at Cockfosters, terminus of the LUL PIccadilly Line, opened in 1933, on 18th April 2019. The passimeter office is no longer in use but ...
David Bosher 18/04/2019
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