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B/W print; New stairwell entrance to Chancery Lane station, situated on the south side of Holborn by Topical Press, 29 Jun 1934
New stairwell entrance to Chancery Lane station, situated on the south side of Holborn. The stairwell is enclosed by a bronze balustrade on a granite base, and is straddled by an 'UndergrounD' roundel on steel supports. Three station name plates in a bronze band are situated below the top rail of the balustrade. Two buses are prominent in the traffic heading towards the camera. Other subway entrances can be seen in the background.
Simple name : B/w print
Date : 29 Jun 1934
Collection : Photographs
Object location : Acton Depot
Reference number : 1998/57815
Shot : Medium exterior
Location : Chancery Lane Underground station, High Holborn, Camden, WC1
Photographer : Topical Press : 29 Jun 1934
Descriptive size : 8x6ins
Content text : Sign: London UndergrounD Transport
Original number : U14997
  • Topical Press
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