Ealing Common Station dates from 1931 and can be considered a sister station in terms of design to Hounslow West – they are both based on the style of Morden station. They both feature a polygonal booking hall standing proud above the centre of a single storey building. Ealing Common has lights on the ceiling and grey pattern tiling which sees lines interweave around the concourse walls. The architect was Charles Holden and the building is facaded in Portland stone in an art deco style. It has been designated as a Grade II listed structure.
Ealing Common station serves both the Piccadilly Line and the District Line in the West of London and is located in Ealing on the Uxbridge Road.