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London Transport enamel Target in bronze frame, TOTTENHAM COURT ROAD. Opened as part of the Central London Railway on 30th July 1900, the Charing Cross, Euston & Hampstead Railway ( these days the Northern Line) arrived here on 22nd June 1907 but used the name Oxford Street. When the eastbound Central Line and the southbound Northern Line were linked on 3 September 1908, the whole complex became Tottenham Court Road. The next station north on the Northern line was originally called Tottenham Court Road, but was renamed to Goodge Street at this time.Measures 24 x 20 approximately and is in excellent condition.

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Auction: November 2008 , Lot: 271
Sold for: £800
London Transport Enamel Target In Bronze Frame,