Exterior of Morden station on 10th November 2012. It opened on 13th September 1926 with the extension of the City & South London Railway from Clapham Common. The line then became known as the Morden-Edgware Line until 1937 when it became the Northern Line. South of here, the tracks continue to Morden depot and some years ago I was on a special train of 1938 stock that took participants to the depot on a rare Open Day. Interesting to travel on a section of the Underground not normally used by passenger trains.

Location: Morden

Original line: Charing Cross to Waterloo and Morden Extension (London Passenger Transport Board)

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: 10/11/2012

Image number: 83204

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