Mark Wallinger

Ravenscourt Park

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Ravenscourt Park 252 / 270

The name of Ravenscourt Park derives from the nearby 8.3 hectare public park and garden, the grounds of the 12th-century Paddenswick Manor, which was renamed Ravenscourt when sold to Thomas Corbett in 1747, due to the raven in his coat-of-arms.

Though the station only facilitates the District line, there is a platform for the Piccadilly line that is used very occasionally.

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