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The Charterhouse

Discover more about a lost tube station at the Charterhouse, an almshouse in the heart of the City of London.

Object:

Visit the Charterhouse and view an original piece of artwork for a London Underground poster. Painted by Edwin Jothur Lambert between 1910-1919, to publicise Aldersgate Station, later renamed Barbican in 1968. The artwork shows two monks at The Charterhouse in the Tudor Great Hall and was recently donated to The Charterhouse by the artist's great grandson.

London Underground poster painted by Edwin Jothur Lambert
Discover more about a lost tube station at the Charterhouse with family activities and a chance to see artwork for the lost station © Charterhouse

Events:

Station Explorers family day
11am - 3pm

Visit The Charterhouse for a host of family activities linked to London History Day. Discover their connection to the lost underground station of Aldersgate and celebrate all things transport related. Take part in craft activities, design your own tube poster and enjoy family friendly tours.

Plan your visit

Suitable for ages 6+

£3.50 per person, just drop in

Visit:

The Charterhouse
Charterhouse Square
London
EC1M 6AN

Open 11am - last admission at 4.45pm

www.thecharterhouse.org

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Graphic silhouette of Big Ben represented in green red and blue. Text reads: London History Day
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