Barons Court (2019)


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Barons Court (2019)

The station building was constructed to a design by Harry Ford in a style similar to that used at Earl's Court and Hammersmith. It is now a Grade II listed building as it retains many of its original features, including terracotta facing and Art Nouveau lettering. The wooden benches on the platform with the station name along the back on enamelled metal panels are a unique feature on the entire London Underground.


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