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John Robert Day. The Story of London's Underground. London Transport Board. 1971. 189pp.

Stephen Halliday. Underground to Everywhere: London's Underground Railway in the Life of the Capital. Sutton. 2001. 230pp.

Cyril M. Harris. What's in a Name? The Origins of Station Names on the London Underground. Midas Books. 1977. 96pp.

Mecca Ibrahim. One Stop Short of Barking: Uncovering the London Underground. New Holland. 2004. 96pp.

Christian Wolmar. The Subterranean Railway: How the London Underground Was Built and How It Changed the City Forever. Atlantic. 2004. 351pp.

Christian Wolmar. Down the Tube: The Battle for London's Underground. Aurum. 2002. 192pp.

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