British Museum tube station

British Museum tube station British Museum was a station on the London Underground, located in Holborn, central London. It was latterly served by the Central line and took its name from the nearby British Museum in Great Russell Street.The station was opened by the Central London Railway in 1900.

In 1933, with the expansion of Holborn station, less than 100 yards away, British Museum station was permanently closed. It was subsequently utilised as a military office and command post, but in 1989 the surface building was demolished and the remainder of the station is wholly disused.HistoryBritish Museum station was opened on 30 July 1900 by the Central London Railway (CLR; now the Central lin

In 1933, with the expansion of Holborn station, less than 100 yards away, British Museum station was permanently closed. It was subsequently utilised as a military office and command post, but in 1989 the surface building was demolished and the remainder of the station is wholly disused.HistoryBritish Museum station was opened on 30 July 1900 by the Central London Railway (CLR; now the Central lin

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