Morden Extension now open, artist unknown, 1926

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The Morden extension opened in 1926 when Morden became the southern terminus for the Northern Line. The station, a modernist design, was one of the first stations designed by Charles Holden. This poster design shows the station names on a backdrop of press cuttings and shows the station names going in to London. The artist is unknown
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