Transport for London uses a carefully managed approach to the heritage structures it owns, working accordance with national policy guidance. This includes an internal heritage advisor on the Urban Design team whose position is funded by English Heritage.
New design, building and refurbishments around transport infrastructure must respect the historic context as a matter of policy as well as good practice.
This library contains heritage structures owned, operated, or served by TfL that are protected through either statutory or local listing or conservation area status. Explore each mode below to find out more about heritage assets associated with these particular stations, properties or structures.
Alternatively, see the Complete Inventory for a comprehensive A-Z list of protected structures.
» Complete Inventory of TfL structures that are protected by a heritage designation
It should be noted that there are many other stations on the networks that have no heritage designation but do possess important heritage features, nonetheless these are identified within London Underground's Good Practice Guide 'Managing Underground Heritage', Appendix C (Heritage Map).
Please note, we are continually adding to/editing information in this library. If you require further information regarding a particular location, whether listed here or otherwise, please get in touch with us at email@example.com
Heritage assets of Surface including streets, bridges, embankments, and bus structures
» Surface heritage