These stations of the London Underground and its predecessor companies (such as the Metropolitan Railway, the City and South London Railway and Underground Electric Railways of London) are now closed and, for the most part, abandoned.

  • Aldwych tube station (a branch of the Piccadilly Line from Holborn)
  • Blake Hall tube station (Central Line beyond Epping)
  • British Museum tube station (Central Line, between Tottenham Court Road and Holborn)
  • Brompton Road tube station (Piccadilly Line between Knightsbridge and South Kensington)
  • City Road tube station (Northern Line (Bank Branch) between Angel and Old St)
  • Down Street tube station (Picadilly Line, between Green Park and Hyde Park Corner)
  • Hounslow Town tube station (a now-closed branch of the District Railway, from what is now the Piccadilly Line near Hounslow Central)
  • King William Street tube station (the original terminus of the City and South London Railway, a predecessor of the Northern Line)
  • Lord's tube station (Metropolitan Line north of Baker Street)
  • Mark Lane tube station (District and Circle Lines near Tower Hill)
  • Marlborough Road tube station (Metropolitan Line between Lord's and Swiss Cottage)
  • North Weald tube station (Central Line beyond Epping)
  • Ongar tube station (Central Line beyond Epping)
  • St Mary's (Whitechapel Road) tube station (District Line between Aldgate East and Whitechapel)
  • South Acton tube station (on a short branch of the District Line)
  • South Kentish Town tube station (Northern Line between Camden Town and Kentish Town)
  • Swiss Cottage (Metropolitan Line) tube station (south of Finchley Road)
  • Tower of London tube station (on the site of the present Tower Hill station)
  • Wood Lane (Central Line) tube station (between Shepherds Bush and White City, which replaced it)
  • Wood Lane (Metropolitan Line) tube station (aka White City; on what is now the Hammersmith & City Line between Latimer Road and Shepherds Bush)
  • Uxbridge Road tube station (on a closed branch linking the Metropolitan Line to Olympia)
  • York Road tube station (Piccadilly Line north of Kings Cross)

As are these stations, all of which were at the far end of the Metropolitan Line:

These deep-level stations have closed platforms: These stations once served by the Metropolitan Line, District Line or Northern City Line (Great Northern & City Railway) remain open as mainline stations:

Some tube stations were only partially constructed, and never opened:
  • Heathrow terminal 5 tube station works
  • Bull & Bush tube station works (also known as "North End"; on the Northern Line between Golders Green and Hampstead)


J. E. Connor, London's Disused Underground Stations, Capital Transport, 2001 (2nd edition)

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