Chisel & Mouse - Sudbury Town Station Model
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|Architect: Charles Holden|
|Style: Art Deco|
|Location: London, England|
|Material: Plater, metal etching|
Dimensions: 15cm high, 28cm wide, 6cm deep & 2kg approximately.
Sudbury Town Station was opened in 1931. It was designed by the legendary Charles Holden, one of the 'big three' architects responsible for London Underground's stunning buildings. He designed many stations in the same period such as Acton Town, Arnos Grove and Southgate station, which he modestly likened them to "brick boxes with concrete lids"!