Mornington Crescent Station

Model ships within 10-15 working days.

15cm high, 29cm wide, 6cm deep & 2kg

Price includes shipping, tax and duty.

Made of plaster.


Mornington Crescent station was built in 1907. It is situated at the southern end of London’s Camden Town and serves the Northern Underground Line. The iconic design for this station was conceived by the great architect Leslie Green.

The station has had a chequered past, being so poorly maintained that it almost closed for good in the 1990’s.

Mornington Crescent has always had a special place in the hearts of BBC Radio 4 listeners, as the show I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue features a game with the same name.

Chisel & Mouse have created a sculpture of the main facade of this iconic building, the quintessential London tube station. Each sculpture is individually hand crafted in our studio in Sussex, England. They are made of strong plaster that has a reassuring weight and smooth, cool feel. The window frame and railings are made of etched brass. Stylish ornaments, gifts or presents that are handmade in Britain and look fabulous on a desk, shelf or wall.

Address: Eversholt Street, Camden Town, London NW1 2JA, England.

Sustainably Crafted

We all want the world to be a better place. We are trying to do our bit. We reuse, recycle and use less where we can. We search out sustainable local suppliers. We sponsor grassroots sports for the local youth, donating both money and time. We sponsor local environmental projects. We know we can do more but we're making a start!


We hand make all of our models. Chisel & Mouse is the combination of an artisan’s approach (the chisel) with modern innovation and transformative technologies (the mouse). By capturing life and its big ideas in miniature, the brand celebrates the beauty of our industrialised world.

Akhilan from Singapore

Hi, um first and foremost would love to see a cityscape of Singapore… (Marina Bay area/Central Business District) Also a model building

Martin from Leigh-on-Sea

My sculpture of the east stand entrance at Highbury is fantastic. It takes pride of place on my desk and I never