© Mr Mark Berry
COCKFOSTERS LONDON REGIONAL TRANSPORT STATION INCLUDING PLATFORMS AND PLATFORM CANOPIES, COCKFOSTERS ROAD (east side)
ENFIELD, ENFIELD, GREATER LONDON
Mr Mark Berry
12 August 2000
26 May 1987
Date of last amendment:
26 May 1987
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4411 COCKFOSTERS ROAD
Cockfosters LRT Station
TQ 29 NE 19/1000 and platform canopies
London Underground Station. 1933. Designed by Charles Holden. Brick and
concrete entrance facades, with concrete framed train shed and booking
hall. Flat roof. Main facade of 1 storey, long and low, with central square
headed entrance and horizontal windows to either side with horizontal panes
and metal glazing bars. End towerlets with London Underground sign finials.
Cantilevered canopy over whole width. 'Prow' shaped booking hall. Train
shed to rear with alternating wide and narrow bays to concrete frame, which
is canted inwards above platform canopies to form a clerestory above the
central track. Original light fittings, signs, etc.