The London Underground, the world's first underground railway, celebrates its 150th anniversary in 2013. The Underground's development over three centuries has bequeathed to London a rich and diverse architectural heritage of stations and other structures. These include many of the great Victorian train sheds; the Edwardian ox-blood colour tiled stations of Leslie Green; the white faience stations designed by CW Clark such as Willesden Green and the classic 1930s landmark stations of Charles Holden such as Arnos Grove, Sudbury Town and Southgate.
To search for heritage assets you are interested in, use the links below to search By Borough, By Line or By Architect.
Alternatively, you can view a full A-Z list of TfL's heritage assets in the Complete Inventory.
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