Britain’s busiest interchange station, Clapham Junction opened in 1863, although it has since been modernised.
With 17 platforms and up to 180 services per hour, the station offers a rush-hour feel at all times.
Clapham Junction has many interesting features, including a long overbridge, an ornate Victorian entrance on Brighton Yard, and multiple exits, subways and tunnels.
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
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Within M25 area, Iconic landmarks, Stations