London Underground Poster Ruislip Gardens Station Architecture GWR Brian Lewis. Original hand drawn architect design for a London Underground station Ruislip Gardens tube station featuring an image of the station building designed by Brian Lewis (1906-1991). Ruislip Gardens station is the Central line of the London Underground, the tracks through the station were laid by the Great Western Railway and Great Central Joint Railway in 1906, with the station opening in 1934. As part of the 1935-40 New Works Programme, the station building was re-designed and Central line services were projected westwards from a new junction, west of North Acton on the line to Ealing Broadway. The original intention was to extend the service as far as Denham, but work was delayed by World War II and the formation of the Metropolitan Green Belt after the war and so the terminus of the extension was cut back to West Ruislip, with services starting on 21 November 1948. By Architects Office GWR Paddington Station. Good condition, creasing, staining, pinholes, tears. Country of issue: UK, designer: Brian Lewis, size (cm): 70x50, year of printing: 1938.