New entrances, new ticket halls, escalators; Chancery Lane, by Charles W Baker, 1934

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This poster was published by London Transport in 1934 to publicise the modernisation work which had been carried out at Chancery Lane station. The illustration was designed by Charles W Baker and shows a view of looking from Holburn towards Holburn Viaduct. The cut-out in the road, as shown I the poster, illustrates the location of the new station below ground. The station is represented by a series of tunnels that house the escalators and platform. The redesigned station included a new booking hall and new escalators. It also delivered connecting platforms which led to four new station entrances. The poster gives an interesting picture of the view from Holburn to Holburn Viaduct in 1934.The artist was Charles W Baker who designed posters for the Underground Group and London Transport between 1924 and 1934.
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