York Road tube station

Category: Disused Tube stations

York Road tube station is a disused station on the London Underground. It opened on the 15th December 1906 and was one of the original stations on the Great Northern, Piccadilly & Brompton Railway, now the Piccadilly Line.

It is located between King’s Cross St Pancras and Caledonian Road, and had its entrance at the corner of York Road (now York Way) and Bingfield Street; the surface buildings are still clearly visible, on the left as you go south down York Way towards King’s Cross.

Being so close to King’s Cross it saw little use, and Sunday services were withdrawn from the 5th May 1918. The station remained open for weekday traffic until 19th September 1932 when it closed permanently.


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