Brockley Hill Tube Station

Brockley Hill tube station was a planned station on the London Underground in the Brockley Hill area of north London. The station was one of three stations planned by London Underground in 1935 to extend the Northern line from Edgware to Bushey Heath and also connect to Mill Hill East joining the two branches of […]

Brockley Hill tube station was a planned station on the London Underground in the Brockley Hill area of north London.

The station was one of three stations planned by London Underground in 1935 to extend the Northern line from Edgware to Bushey Heath and also connect to Mill Hill East joining the two branches of the Northern line together.

The station was part of a planned extension of the Northern Heights project to electrify London and North Eastern Railway (LNER) branch lines.

Construction on the Northern Heights project and new stations began in the 1930s, but the outbreak of WW2 put all construction plans on hold.

The sites of the new stations were planned in semi rural areas to stimulate the construction of new housing estates.

After WW2, new legislation meant the creation of “Green Belts,” that limited the expansion of London into rural areas, subsequently plans for the station and line were cancelled in 1950.

Today, the remains of the station and railway viaduct remain in ruins on the outskirts of London on the A41.

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