Ghost-station Tube maps

“Ghost-stations are those which are closed and disused. Many remain fairly intact and some even feature time capsule-like qualities, such as WWII propaganda posters hanging from the platform walls.”

- Penney Design


All images (c) Penney Design.

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8 comments to Ghost-station Tube maps

  • Janet E Davis

    Delightful! I have always been fascinated by ‘ghost stations’- or even just the closed off tunnels that I glimpse when travelling on the Tube.

  • estephan500

    please, someone show us photos of the ghost stations themselves, with the old posters you allude to

  • CrocodileJock

    Brilliant! Love it. Perfectly executed!

  • Gem (Mrs_Hat)

    Just total wow! Had absolutely no idea about Ghost Stations….are there any photos around of the stations themselves?

  • gdbrokensha

    This is a good site for further information about ghost stations, including photographs and quite detailed histories:

  • poohugh

    I can’t breathe that was so good, thank you!

  • Lee

    Wow! These are great! Being from Essex, I never knew stations at Onger & North Weald ever existed. I might check them out. :)

  • Steve

    Aldwych is often used for films.

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