Virtual Tour of King William Street Station
When: 4th March 2021
Time: 6.00 pm
The London Transport Museum is hosting an exclusive virtual tour for the Turners’ Company of the disused King William Street Station on Thursday 4th March starting promptly at 6.00 pm. The tour will last approximately 90 minutes and the price is £10.00 per connected device.
King William Street Station has the dubious honour of being the first disused deep tube station. Closed in 1900, King William Street was the original but short lived northern terminus of the City and South London Railway, which was the first deep-level underground railway in the world. The City and South London Railway which originally ran from King William Street to Stockwell now forms part of the Bank Branch of the Northern Line.
Currently, this fascinating station is being used as part of the major Bank Station extension project.
“Zoom” (groan!) in for this special behind the scenes virtual tour to see what the disused station looks like today and find out how it is being used during the Bank project.
A maximum of 50 devices can be connected to participate in the tour so do not delay and book your place to avoid disappointment. Bookings can be made via the Members’ Area of the Company website or by contacting the office, if you are having difficulty in accessing the system. You can invite family and friends to join you on the tour by adding a guest for each additional connected device.
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