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Upminster Bridge Station opened in December 1934. Known for its lofty entrance hall and unique polygonal shape, it was named after the nearby bridge that crosses the River Ingrebourne.
Have you seen this artwork? What makes this station or area unique? Please add your comments and recommendations below.
Hi, Look for the K6 Phone Kiosk in the entrance hall, and the Swastika incorporated in the floor design. Swastika’s are over 5000 years old and said to have originated in Asia. Enjoy.
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