Britain’s busiest interchange station, Clapham Junction opened in 1863, although it has since been modernised. Today the station sees about 2000 trains pass through every day, making it the busiest in Britain in terms of passengers travelling through.
With 17 platforms and up to 180 services per hour, the station offers a rush-hour feel at all times.
Clapham Junction has many striking features, including a long overbridge, an ornate Victorian entrance on Brighton Yard, and multiple exits, subways and tunnels. Due to passenger numbers, it is only viable for smaller crews.
Previous projects include: Sitting Target (Douglas Hickox, 1971), Up the Junction (Peter Collinson, 1967), Col cuore in gola (Tinto Brass, 1967), Seven Days to Noon (Boulting Brothers, 1950).
Clapham Junction Station
St. John's Hill
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