Capital Transport 2003
Hardback 112pp Illustrated 250x220mm
9781854142719   Product Code: 36899
After the First World War, public transport services built tube lines north and west of London into open fields, with complete assurance that developers, houses and people would quickly follow; and despite the economic depression, London expanded dramatically during the interwar years. Illustrated with period photographs from the London Transport Museum and contemporary postcards, this book follows the progress of the tube lines to places such as Rayners Lane, Golders Green, Morden and Cockfosters, and the transformation of countryside to suburbia.