Bethnal Green

Local nameBethnal Green
LocationLondon Borough of Tower Hamlets, UK

Bethnal Green is a London Underground station in Bethnal Green, London, served by the Central line. It lies between Liverpool Street and Mile End stations, is in Travelcard Zone 2, and is open 24 hours on a Friday and Saturday as part of the Night Tube service. The station was opened as part of the long planned Central line eastern extension on 4 December 1946, having previously been used as an air-raid shelter. On 3 March 1943, 173 people, including 62 children, were killed in a crush while attempting to enter the shelter, in what is believed to be the largest loss of civilian life in the UK during the Second World War.

The station is an example of the style adopted by London Transport for new tube stations under the New Works Programme of 1935–1940. Extensive use is made of pale yellow tiling, originally manufactured by Poole Pottery.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bethnal_Green_tube_station

Address 4 Roman Road, Poplar E2 0, United Kingdom

Coordinates 51°31'38.127" N -0°3'16.562" E

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