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The Metropolitan Bar

Located above one of London's oldest Underground stations.

7 Station Approach, Marylebone Road, Marylebone, London, NW1 5LA 

This pub is named after the Metropolitan Railway – the world’s first urban underground railway which passes under Marylebone Road. The company’s house style was developed later, mainly by its own architect, Charles W Clark. His grandest scheme was for the reconstruction of Baker Street which included a new company headquarters and Chiltern Court, a huge block of flats above the station. The work was begun in 1911, yet was not completed until the late 1920s.

A framed poster from 1932, promoting London locations reachable by the London Underground.

A framed drawing of an early London Underground station.

A framed poster publicising the London Underground.

A framed copy of an early Metropolitan Line route map.

A framed poster publicising the London Underground.

A framed poster publicising the London Underground.

A framed poster publicising the running times of the London Underground.

A framed copy of a Metropolitan Railway Working Timetable, from March 1926.

A framed poster publicising the London Underground.

A framed illustration of the coat of arms of Saint Marylebone.

A framed poster advertising the Baker Street Bazaar.

A framed poster publicising an event commemorating the Duke of Wellington.

A framed poster advertising apartments for rent in Chiltern Court, Baker Street.

A framed photograph of Madame Tussaud.

London’s Madame Tussauds is located just down the road from The Metropolitan Bar. 

A framed photograph of Chiltern Court and Baker Street Station, in 1931.

A framed photograph of Great Central Hotel, Marylebone Road.

A framed photograph of Marylebone Road, London.

A framed print of Madame Tussaud’s, Marylebone Road.

Coats of arms found on the ceiling of the pub.

The ceiling of the pub, featuring decorative light fixtures and coats of arms.

External photograph of the building – main entrance.

If you have information on the history of this pub, then we’d like you to share it with us. Please e-mail all information to: pubhistories@jdwetherspoon.co.uk