The London Underground network, or commonly known as the Tube, has opened two new stations on Monday (Sep 20).
The two new stations on the Northern Line — Battersea Power Station and Nine Elms, marks the first major network expansion since the 1990s with the Jubilee Line Extension.
2 New Tube Stations for the Northern Line Extension
In recent years, the two new Northern Line stations have seen massive building and regeneration work in the vicinity.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan said that the extension will hugely improve the connectivity between the vibrant, growing south London neighbourhoods and the rest of the capital.
He added that the extension will also “help to support thousands of new jobs and homes as we move forward with London’s recovery from the pandemic.”
Nine Elms Tube Station
Battersea Power Station Tube Station
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New Northern line stations open today as Tube extends to Battersea Power Station – Transport for London [Accessed 24 Sep 2021]
London subway in first major expansion since the ’90s – AP via CNA [Accessed 24 Sep 2021]
Photographing Da Cunha’s Art Installation at the new Battersea Power Station – GG Archard [Accessed 24 Sep 2021]
Artwork for Nine Elms and Battersea Tube stations – Nine Elms London [Accessed 24 Sep 2021]
Images credits to Transport for London   , GG Archard and Nine Elms London.