Sunday, 12 January 2020

Green Park Tube Station

Green Park Tube Station is just 2 quick pictures I took whilst leaving the Jubilee Line stop in May 2019. It was my first experience on the tube despite having visited London many times, I had always avoided it as people I spoke to in London never seemingly had a good word to say about it. On this day I had my arm twisted by my daughter and gave it a go, and I have to say I was pleasantly surprised by the frequency, service and the people using the service. Definitely a thumbs up from me.

Green Park Tube Station is a stop on the Jubilee, Piccadilly and Victoria Lines in London, the pictures are of the Jubilee Line stop. The Jubilee Line was opened in stages with stage 1 opened by Prince Charles officially opening the line with a journey from Green Park to Charing Cross on the 30th April 1979. The full line finally completed in 1999 from Stanmore, North-West London to Stratford, East London.

The station sits in the City of Westminster local authority and is in fare zone 1. It is a Grade II listed building with the status granted on the 30th May 1972. In 2017 over 39.24million passengers used the station at an average of approx. 756000 per week, or 108000 per day.

There are 2 pictures in total which can be seen here, on Flickr and on Clickasnap where you can also download then if you wish. Sadly due to people recently passing my images off as there own I am now putting a small watermark on them in the hope that they will credit me in future.

Green Park Tube Station

Green Park Tube Station

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