Golders Green

Exterior of Golders Green station, LUL Northern Line, in pouring rain on 24th January 2016. The station is an interchange with local buses that gather on the forecourt. It was opened by the Charing Cross, Euston & Hampstead Railway on 22nd June 1907, which was extended out to Edgware by 1924. After 1926, when the line also reached Morden in Surrey, it became known as the Morden-Edgware Line until 1937 when it was renamed the Northern Line, notwithstanding that a long section of the line is in SOUTH London! Obviously one of London Transport's little jokes that remains to this day.

Location: Golders Green

Original line: Charing Cross, Euston and Hampstead Railway

Photographer: David Bosher

Contact photographer: David Bosher

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Photosets: LU Northern Line + 1938 and 1995 stock, 1973-2022  London Underground stations 2010-2023  

Date: 24/01/2016

Image number: 71123