London Underground: The 3 Essex tube stations which are Grade II listed buildings

The London Underground has a whopping 270 stations on its tube map.

Whereas the bulk might be discovered throughout the capital itself, some stretch additional out into the west of Essex and even into neighbouring county Hertfordshire.

Of these 270 stations, 71 are based mostly in buildings which characteristic on the ‘Statutory Listing of Buildings of Particular Architectural or Historic Curiosity’ – a few of that are listed buildings.

We have compiled just a few fascinating info in regards to the three stations within the west of our county that are formally recorded as Grade II listed buildings.

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Initially in-built 1851, the station was redesigned by Easter Area architect HH Powell after which rebuilt in 1961.

Sitting on the District Line and Hammersmith & Metropolis Line, Barking Station reserving corridor is a Grade II listed constructing.

The reserving corridor stands on a bridge over railway tracks and is fourteen bays lengthy.


A mere 15-minute drive from Barking Station you will discover Barkingside Station, which was designed by railway architect William Burgess and in-built 1903 by Nice Jap Railway.

The Central line extension took over the red-brick, symmetrical station in 1948, and its Grade II itemizing covers the largely unaltered constructing on the platform.


This Grade II listed masterpiece in Loughton, Essex, was designed by Scottish architect John Murray Easton and was constructed between 1939-1940.

It has a tiled entrance and ground, and the platforms have kidney-shaped flat-slab canopies on piers organized in alternating broad and slim bays.

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