Baker Street Station: Main Entrance Building and Metropolitan, Circle and Hammersmith and London, England

Underground railway station and terminus. First station erected 1863 by the Metropolitan Railway (MR) to the design of (Sir) John Fowler, Engineer in Chief of the MR, of which the pair of platforms and vault survive. Two platforms were added to the N serving the MR 'Extension' in 1868, subsequently extended to four.

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Go Historic ID
541468
Coordinates
51.5224580° N, 0.1565520° W

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Title
Baker Street Station: Main Entrance Building and Metropolitan, Circle and Hammersmith and (London, England)
Date Published
October 8, 2013
Last Updated
April 28, 2021