Mornington Crescent is a station on the Charing Cross branch of the Northern Line in London. It is situated at the south end of Camden High St and was opened in 1907. The station's exterior was designed by Leslie Green in the Arts and Crafts style and is one of a number on the network with this instantly recognisable design. The building was constructed using a then novel steel frame to support the weight and encourage commercial development above, though that never occurred here. The station was closed for much of the 1990s for renovations.
It was made famous by the BBC Radio Four panel show "I'm Sorry, I Haven't a Clue" where a legendary game called "Mornington Crescent" is played. Contestants take turns to name stations and the winner is the one to announce the eponymous stop.
This detailed model includes the station hall and building next door, currently a chain cafe. The maximum height is 14 m.
Updated model includes correct facings.