Google+ London Architecture Blog: Daily Focus #12 White City underground station

Tuesday, 19 March 2013

Daily Focus #12 White City underground station

Seat inside the station on the westbound platform. Photograph is authors own.



White City underground station, Wood Lane, London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham was designed by architects A. D. McGill and K. J. H. Seymour under the supervision of the London Transport Chief Architect, Thomas Bilbow. Construction began on the station in 1938 and was due to be completed in 1940 but was delayed due to World War II and was completed in 1947. The station is situated on the Central Line between Shepherds Bush and East Acton.


Front of the station facing onto Wood Lane. Photograph is authors own.
Station foyer. Photograph is authors own

Station platforms for the westbound trains. Photograph is authors own

Stairs to the platforms from the foyer. Photograph is authors own

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