Mark Wallinger

Finsbury Park

170 / 270

Passageway to platforms 1 & 2

Finsbury Park 170 / 270

The walls of Finsbury Park station are decorated with mosaics of duelling pistols, referring to a nearby site that was used in medieval times for archery and sports.

The station is named after Finsbury Park, one of the oldest of London’s Victorian parks now used for large public events and concerts, which has been awarded the prestigious Green Flag Award. Hire a boat to row around the lake.

The artwork is currently being stored safely due to station upgrades.

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