Manor House tube station

Manor House Tube Station

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Manor House tube station is a station on the Piccadilly line of the London Underground, on the boundary between Travelcard Zone 2 and Zone 3. It straddles the border between the London Boroughs of Hackney and Haringey, the postal address and three of the entrances being in the former, and one entrance in the latter.

The station, named after a nearby public house, is situated at the junction of Seven Sisters Road and Green Lanes and was designed by Charles Holden. Opened 19 September 1932, it lies between Finsbury Park and Turnpike Lane tube stations. Like all stations on the Cockfosters extension, Manor House station set new aesthetic standards, not previously seen on London's Underground. The station was equipped with nine street level entrances, two of which gave access to tram routes to and from Tottenham, Edmonton and Stamford Hill via tramway island exits into Seven Sisters Road. The last of these tram services were withdrawn in 1938 and replaced by trolleybuses and the exits were removed in 1951.<!--PLEASE NOTE: DO NOT CHANGE THE MEASUREMENTS IN THE BELOW PARAGRAPH TO METRIC ONLY. TUNNELS WERE DESIGNED AND BUILT TO IMPERIAL MEASURESMENTS, SO THEY SHOULD HAVE PRIORITY OVER ANY METRIC CONVERSION-->The sub-surface areas of the station were tiled in biscuit coloured tiles lined with blue friezes....
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