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150 years of Going Underground

The London Underground celebrates its 150 year anniversary in 2013. To commemorate this milestone Chisel & Mouse have produced architectural models of their most iconic stations.

Chisel & Mouse have recreated a ‘classic’ station from each of the Underground’s three distinct architectural eras in detailed miniature form.

From the pioneer period of the late nineteenth century Chisel & Mouse have chosen Charles W. Clark’s long and sleek Farringdon Station to model.

They have selected Mornington Crescent Station from the expansion phase of the early twentieth century designed by Leslie Green’s in the ‘Arts and Crafts’ style.

From the 1930‘s ‘golden period’ of design, Chisel & Mouse have modeled the eye-catching Sudbury Town Station.

The models each cost £129, they are available from various outlets including the London Transport Museum shop and

We will be continuing to produce models of the nations favourite Underground stations throughout the anniversary year, please let us know if there is a particular station on your wish list.

Find out more about ‘Going Underground’ at Chisel & Mouse’s Blog and on their website.

About Chisel & Mouse

Chisel & Mouse was founded by brothers Gavin and Robert Paisley. Chisel & Mouse make models of beautiful buildings using fine plaster and etched brass detailing. All models are created individually in their studio in Sussex, more|01273251335

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