The characteristic tiled tube station building is still a common sight in London. A basic 'kit of parts' was used in different ways for a large number of the early deep level tube stations. The kit provides a range of pieces that can be assembled to represent many of the prototype stations, or you can design your own. A variety of arched window combinations is provided along with internal wall, ticket machines and lift doors. A pair of shop units are included as well as a selection of station name signs, and a choice of round or rectangular small windows.
The kit is NOT intended to build any one particular prototype, but allows the builder to select what they need from a variety of parts. You might be inspired by a particular station, or just invent your own! David Leboff's excellent book 'The Underground Stations of Leslie Green' is highly recommended.
The builder will have to provide extra card for flat roofs and external side walls (use plain brick paper for these). Many of the original buildings have had office blocks built on top. The kit will provide enough material for two or even more frontages.