Finsbury Park Station - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
Panorama showing the outside of Finsbury Park Station next to Finsbury Park in London. This picture was taken in October 2009, and this station also contains a bus station and overground rail links.
Finsbury Park Station - FURTHER INFORMATION
Finsbury Park Station - London visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Finsbury Park Station' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Greater London.
Finsbury Park Station is a busy transit hub next to Finsbury Park in north London. The station is a major interchange for the London Underground (tube), overland rail and local buses, close to Arsenal Emirates Football Stadium. It is surrounded by small restaurants, bars and cafes, next to Seven Sisters Road lined with various shops.
Finsbury Park Station first opened in 1861 for the Great North Railway, when it was known as Seven Sisters Road (Holloway). It was first connected to the tube network with the arrival of the Piccadilly Line in 1932-1933. The first section of the Victoria Line, which included Finsbury Park, was opened in 1968. There were also plans to add a Northern Line link, but these were cancelled in 1954.
Finsbury Park is in Zone 2 of the TfL transport network. Travellers are advised to use Oyster cards for much cheaper travel.
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
Bus: Finsbury Park bus station
Rail: Finsbury Park Station
Tube: Finsbury Park Tube (Piccadilly, Victoria lines)