Oxford Circus station opened in 1900 and was named after the world-famous Oxford Street. It’s the busiest station on the underground without connection to national rail services.
Look out for restored Art Nouveau motifs designed by the German artist Hans Unger on Victoria line platforms.
Oxford Street is a mile and a half long, with over 300 shops and more than 200 million visitors a year – London’s, if not Europe’s, busiest shopping street.
The Photographers’ Gallery located nearby in Ramillies Street is the largest public gallery in London dedicated to photography.
Artworks are currently installed at the following stations
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