Mark Wallinger

Manor House

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Ticket hall

Manor House 225 / 270

Opened in 1932 and designed by Charles Holden, Manor House station set new aesthetic standards, not previously seen on London’s Underground, including having nine street-level entrances.

Manor House station straddles the border between two London boroughs, its postal address and three of the entrances being in Hackney, and one entrance in Haringey.

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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: Mick Tarrant on 22 April 2014 at 8:08 pm

Look for the vintage photographs on display before the gateline, showing the area around the station in times past. Scenes of Buses, Trolleybuses, and Trams, and even a Policeman on point duty, complete with White Sleeve Covers. Also, this station is another that has ventilation grills along the platform walls, and well worth studying for the pictures. Enjoy.

posted by: London Tube Rambler on 29 September 2013 at 5:41 pm

The Manor House labyrinth is right next to the lovely old deco ticket office. It’s a large station but with little to show above ground, being accessed mainly via a series of subways. If you take Exit 3 (Station Place) and walk down Green Lanes you will come to what looks like a Scottish Baronial Castle. This was once a water pumping station, but is now an indoor climbing centre. Further along is the delightful Clissold Park.

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