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Tunnelling began in September 1903.[35] Stations were provided with surface buildings designed by architect Leslie Green in the UERL house-style.[42] This consisted of two-storey steel-framed buildings faced with red glazed terracotta blocks with wide semi-circular windows on the upper floor.[note 15] Each station was provided with two or four lifts and an emergency spiral staircase in a separate shaft.[note 16]

While construction proceeded, the CCE&HR continued to submit bills to Parliament. The Charing Cross, Euston and Hampstead Railway Act, 1904, which received assent on 22 July 1904, granted permission to buy additional land for the station at Tottenham Court Road, for a new station at Mornington Crescent and for changes at Charing Cross.[46][47] The Charing Cross, Euston and Hampstead Railway Act, 1905 received assent on 4 August 1905.[48][49] It dealt mainly with the acquisition of the subsoil under part of the forecourt of Charing Cross main line station so that the CCE&HR's station could be excavated

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