Wartime on the Underground

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Wartime on the Underground

London’s first underground line opened in 1863 connecting Paddington and Kings Cross to a new terminus nearer the heart of the City at Faringdon.

The deep level tube system, built between 1890 and 1907 offered a refuge from the air raids during both World Wars.

In 1941 a train of 1938 stock arrives at Trafalgar Square on the Bakerloo line as exhausted Londoners shelter for the night.

Print size 15 x 12 inches to fit when mounted a standard 20 x 16 inch frame.

500 in stock

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Wartime on the Underground

London’s first underground line opened in 1863 connecting Paddington and Kings Cross to a new terminus nearer the heart of the City at Faringdon.

The deep level tube system, built between 1890 and 1907 offered a refuge from the air raids during both World Wars.

In 1941 a train of 1938 stock arrives at Trafalgar Square on the Bakerloo line as exhausted Londoners shelter for the night.

Print size 15 x 12 inches to fit when mounted a standard 20 x 16 inch frame.

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Weight 0.35 kg
Dimensions 27 cm
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