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To sum up Oxford Circus station, I hate it.
It doesn't take a long review to explain why. If you've been to the station, you'll know. It's crowded as hell. Hell, I tell you!
It also takes an absolute eternity to change from one line to another.
If you want to take revenge on someone, ask them to meet you outside Oxford Circus station, that'll teach them.more
Ah man, the only good thing I can say about this station is where it's located! Oxford Street is THE shopping street in London, with a branch of basically every shop every 100 feet, but if you want to keep your sanity, go to Bond Street instead.
This station is ALWAYS packed. When I was there, I managed to get out in one piece but they closed most of the exits while I was waiting for my...more
A surprise of a tube station to be honest... Most you visit are dirty, dark and feel really dilapidated. I honestly don't feel like this when I visit Oxford Circus, it feels airy (if you can have an airy tube station).
There always seems to be someone wearing that trusty blue tfl jumper and the connections are great... It's a shame about the craziness above ground, but you get over it. What...more
Whenever I have to change between two tube lines and Oxford Circus Station is a possibility to do so, I choose this station.
I don't even know why but I really like this station as long as I am underground. Once you get out and you are on Oxford Street or Regent Street or wherever there are usually way too many people around...
But I love Oxford Circus Station and it is so central and it...more
I'm old enough to remember when there used to be a roundabout at Oxford Circus, hence its name. Today, it's just a very busy intersection where the busy shopping havens of Oxford St and Regent St meet at road level.
Due to this, the Underground station can also get very busy. Several busy lines - Central, Victoria and Bakerloo lines converge here and the interchanges between lines involve...more