From Pick and Holden’s Piccadilly Line mockups at Earls Court to the relatively recent work on the Jubilee Line Extension, full size mockups have long been considered a crucial part of the station design process in London. A full size mockup allows issues of material and placement to be assessed in an environment that is as close to reality as possible, and allows the designers to try to discover issues of maintenance access or of passenger flow between train and platform that it is too ...
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