Mark Wallinger

Great Portland Street

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Great Portland Street 200 / 270

Great Portland Street is the world’s first underground railway station and is listed as a building of National Significance.
It was originally named Portland Road, changing to its current name in 1917, but between 1923 and 1933 was known as Great Portland Street & Regent’s Park.
The station is in walking distance of Regent’s Park, the Post Office Tower and the Harley Street medical district.

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