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9 Feb 2010

Jubilee Line Stations

Major Project: 11 stations along 16km of new underground railway from Westminster east to Stratford

Jubilee Line Buildings listed alphabetically

Bermondsey
Design: Ian Ritchie Architects

Canary Wharf
Design: Foster + Partners

Canning Town
Design: Troughton McAslan (this architecture practice no longer exists)

North Greenwich
Design: Alsop Lyall

Southwark
Design: MacCormac Jamieson Prichard

Stratford
Design: Troughton McAslan

West Ham
Design: van Heyningen & Haward

Westminster
Design: Hopkins Architects

Links to some of the above Jubilee Line Stations further down this page

Six Mid-Line Vent & Escape Shafts, Jubilee Line, east London
Dates built: 1990-99
Design: Ian Ritchie Architects

Culling Road:
Culling Road Culling Road Jubilee Line
photos from Ian Ritchie Architects

Druid Street:
Druid Street Druid Street Jubilee Line
photos from Ian Ritchie Architects

Durands Wharf:
Durands Wharf Durands Wharf Durands Wharf Jubilee Line
photos from Ian Ritchie Architects

Southwark:
Southwark Jubilee Line Station
photograph © Adrian Welch

Location: London, England, UK

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Canary Wharf Tube Station
Canary Wharf Tube Station
photo © Adrian Welch
Canary Wharf Tube Station on Jubilee Line Extension

Bermondsey Jubilee Line Underground Station
Jubilee Line Underground Station
photo from Ian Ritchie Architects
Jubilee Line Underground Station

North Greenwich Station
Date built: 1999
Design: Alsop Lyall (led by English architect Will Alsop) ; Alsop, Lyall and Störmer
Jubilee Line Station
photo © Adrian Welch
Jubilee Line Station
This South London tube station opened in May 1999. It is adjacent to The O2, on the south bank of the River Thames. It is most eastern below ground station located along the line, between the Canary Wharf and Canning Town tube stops.

Wood Lane Station, Hammersmith, Northwest London, England, UK
Design: Ian Ritchie Architects
Wood Lane Station
photo © Jocelyne Van Den Bossche
Wood Lane Station – Prime Minister’s Better Public Building Award Finalist 2009
Wood Lane Station is the first tube station to be built on an existing line in 70 years. It is the result of a major partnership between London Underground and Westfield, delivered as part of the integrated transport strategy for Westfield. It was a complex project, in terms of procurement, design, construction, safety and adherence to numerous building regulations.

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Jubilee Gardens, South Bank, central London
Date: 2006-
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Jubilee Line Buildings designer : Ian Ritchie Architects

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