London Underground stations from the 1930s, Boston Manor was designed by architect Charles Holden.
The resulting building is a low square structure with a circular ticket box at one end and rising above it a brick tower bearing the London Underground roundel.
The leading edge of the tower is made of glass which is light up at night to further draw attention to the tube station from the surrounding district.
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