Mark Wallinger


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Northern ticket hall passageway

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At the heart of the City, Bank is the fourth-busiest station on the London Underground.  Bank and Monument stations have been linked as an interchange since 1933. 

 Opened in 1900, Bank Tube station takes its name from the Bank of England, the central bank of the United Kingdom and second oldest in the world after the Sveriges Riksbank in Sweden, a branch of which is situated nearby. You can visit The Bank of England Museum on Threadneedle Street, which displays historical banknotes, coins, Roman gold bars, weapons used to defend the bank from robbery and lots more.

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Have you seen this artwork? What makes this station or area unique? Please add your comments and recommendations below.

posted by: Nick Tanner on 2 February 2014 at 8:48 am

You should mention that the labyrinths at Bank and Liverpool Street stations have been installed in areas that are closed at the weekends and are therefore not accessable to weekend labyrinrh hunters


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