Mark Wallinger


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Pimlico 105 / 270

Pimlico is the only station on the Victoria line not to function as an interchange for either the Underground or a National Rail service.

A short walk from Pimlico is Tate Britain, Milbank. Built on the grounds of a former prison, it was known as the Tate Gallery when it opened to the public in 1897; its name was changed with the launch of its sister gallery, Tate Modern, in 2000.

Chelsea College of Art and Design is also nearby.

Sir Winston Churchill was a resident of 33 Eccleston Square, Pimlico. Designer Laura Ashley also lived in Pimlico, at 83 Cambridge Street.

Artwork is located on paid side of ticket barrier.

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posted by: Sam on 16 August 2014 at 8:25 pm

This Labyrinth has disappeared and an automated photo booth sits in its place. I do hope it finds a new home, these artworks are meant to be permanent.

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