Early morning rush hour at Liverpool Street station, London, 12 October 1951.
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This station was the busiest terminus in London at this time. During the 1940s lines into the station were electrified, to provide a more efficient and faster service, although the station was still very crowded at peak times. The station is widely used by people commuting from East Anglia into London.