The Morden extension of the Northern Line was opened in 1926. All of the stations on this part of the line were designed by Charles Holden and have a portland stone 'folding screen' that frames the Bullseye window. At Morden the screen becomes a flat wall signifying the end of the line - other stations are sited on corner sites with the screen folding around the corner.
The building has been changed and adapted since it first opened with the canopy being extended and then in the sixties an office block was built above. The forecourt of the station has always been a busy bus station, and has consequently appeared as the backdrop in many photographs of London buses. The model is approximately 27" wide and can be built with part or full canopies and with or without the office block.
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