|Type:||Transport for London
(Northern Line) &
(Northern City Line)
The Northern City Line platforms were opened in 1904. This line also later became part of the Northern Line though the tunnels built for the Northern City Line were large enough for main-line trains and it was not connected to the rest of the Northern Line.
The Northern City Line passed to British Rail in 1976 with through services to as far as Welwyn Garden City in Hertfordshire .
The station surface building was rebuilt in 1925 with further redevelopments in 1968 and 2014. Northern City Line services are nowadays by Great Northern.
|A Great Northern 313 stands at one of the Northern City platforms|
|Northern Line platform|
|Access to the Underground part of the station|
|Northern City platform|
 Chris Heaps, BR Diary 1968-1977 (Ian Allan, 1988) p. 100