Some in the ticket hall have already been removed, but a few linger on, and there is a corridor of vintage posters in the corridor running down to the Northern Line.
Not a place to linger normally, but at weekends, it’s sufficiently quiet to be able to see the posters without being too much of a loitering nuisance to people who hurry past uncaring of the adornment around them.
Most of the posters date from around 2006/7, depending on how deep the scrapers reached when the surface posters were removed.
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