© Mr David Addison
TOOTING BROADWAY STATION (INCLUDING ABOVE GROUND BUILDING AND SUB SURFACE PLATFORMS AND PASSAGES), TOOTING BROADWAY SW17
TOOTING, WANDSWORTH, GREATER LONDON
Mr David Addison
26 February 2006
16 June 1987
Date of last amendment:
16 June 1987
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TOOTING BROADWAY SW17
Tooting Broadway Station
(including above ground
building and sub-surface
platforms and passages)
TQ 2771 17/20
LRT station with integral shops. 1926 by Charles Holden.
Portland stone astylar corner building with curved facade. 3 station
entrances at street level with continuous moulded lintel and projecting
canopy. Tripartite window over with glazed roundel sign and two
tapering mullions with spherical capitals.
Ticket hall with tiled walls and trabeated ceiling,Modern escalators.
Sub-surface platforms and passages retain their original tiled
decoration, and original signs.
One of several stations designed by Holden for the Northern Line