Mark Wallinger

Lancaster Gate

135 / 270

Lancaster Gate 135 / 270

Lancaster Gate refers to an entrance to Hyde Park named in honour of Queen Victoria, Duke of Lancaster.

The original station, designed by Harry Bell Measures, opened in 1900, as a part of the Central London Railway (now the Central Line). The ground-level building was demolished in 1968. In 2006, the station closed for five months as a result of the lift and station refurbishment.

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