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Arnos Grove Tube Station

Arnos Grove is a London Tube station in Arnos Grove in the London Borough of Enfield, London. It is on the Piccadilly line between Bounds Green and Southgate stations. It opened in September 1932 and was the most northerly station on the first section of the Piccadilly line extension from Finsbury Park to Cockfosters. It was the terminus until services were further extended to Oakwood in March 1933. When travelling from east of Barons Court and through Central London, Arnos Grove is the first surface station after the long tunnel section of the Piccadilly line. The station has four platforms which face three tracks.

The station designed by architect Charles Holden, was described as a significant work of modern architecture and was given Grade II listed status on 19 February 1971. The heritage features were also maintained when the station was refurbished in 2005. The station was awarded with the Best Newcomer and the Best Overall Garden in the Underground in Bloom 2011 competition and also in the London in Bloom competition.

Station Address:

    Arnos Grove Station
    London Underground Ltd.
    Bowes Rd
    London
    N11 1AN

Station Facilities:

Arnos Grove Underground Stations has the following facilities.

    BridgeBridge
    Car parkCar park
    GatesGates
    PayphonesPayphones
    Ticket HallsTicket Halls
    Waiting RoomWaiting Room
    WiFiWiFi

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