Station Name: MARLBOROUGH ROAD

 

[Source: Nick Catford]


Date opened: 13.4.1868
Location: At the junction of Finchley Road & Queens Road
Company on opening: Metropolitan Railway
Date closed to passengers: 20.11.1939
Date closed completely: 20.11.1939
Company on closing: London Passenger Transport Board
Present state: Entrance building remains and is used as a restaurant. Sections of the platforms and stairs remain at track level.
County: London
OS Grid Ref: TQ266835
Date of visit: 1969

Notes: The station originally had an overall roof and it's position is still indicated by the marks on the brick wall. The road from which the station took its name was on the opposite side of Finchley Road. It is now renamed Marlborough Place

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Marlborough Road Station in 1969 - Photo by Nick Catford


Photo by
Nick Catford

Marlborough Road Station platform remnant in 1969. This view is much the same today
Photo by Nick Catford


Marlborough Road Station in 1969 - Photo by Nick Catford

[Source: Nick Catford]

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