By Jim Connor
Closed Underground stations hold a unique fascination.
A street level building that recognisably was once an Underground station or a break in tube tunnelling that hints at a disused platform attracts our curiosity.
Imagination can also be aroused. Closed stations can be the subject of fanciful stories, some of which have appeared in print and become accepted as true.
Jim Connor is the foremost authority on the subject of closed stations in the London area, having had an interest in and researched the subject for over forty years.
This book is the fruit of his extensive research.
128 pages hardback