Update: scroll down for the 3D photos.
In honour of the 150th birthday of the tube, we’ve dug out these eerie pictures of Euston underground station, taken in 1908 – a year after the station was opened by the City and South London Railway. The tube in these pics is familiar in many ways, but bizarrely unfamiliar in others, not least in the signs, the rolling stock – and the prices. Enjoy!
Update – 3D photos: our marketing team have unearthed these amazing stereoscopic photos of early work building the London Underground’s tunnels. You can try to view them in 3D using the same method as for those old Magic Eye pictures.
We have an ever-increasing collection of 1000s of historic railway photos to browse on our main website.