Cheating a little here, the impressive King’s Cross St Pancras serves both the Underground and National Rail. However, it is a favourite because of the sheer scale of the structure, both inside and out.
One of the few stations that use the space for exhibitions.
Marvel at the perfect symmetry, curves and lighting on the District and Circle line platforms.
Immerse yourself in shapes at scale, a variety of grey materials with different finishes and textures.
As light floods in at Earl’s Court station, notice the detail of the signage, seating, the clocks and the roofing.
Inspired by the Moscow Metro, if you find yourself in North East London, Zone 4, experience architect Charles Holden’s structure that sits underneath Gants Hill roundabout.
Angel boasts the longest escalator in the Underground, with a stunning 60m long view this escalator is more breathtaking than you could ever imagine.
You feel a moment of epic-ness when standing on the escalators leaving this Norman Foster creation.
There are pockets of bold shapes and structure here, and the surface design is to be admired too.
One of the busiest stations in London, it’s easy to forget to look around and take in the space as you run for your train or disappear underground to use the tube.