|Type:||Transport for London
(Bakerloo, Central &
Finally the Victoria Line reached Oxford Circus in the 1960s. A complete reconstruction of the station was required to accommodate the new line including a new ticket hall built underneath the road junction itself. This required a large steel structure, called the Oxford Circus Umbrella, to allow traffic to continue flowing overhead while the new ticket office was built underneath . The Victoria line platforms were built parallel to the Bakerloo platforms to ease interchange.
The station was given a refurbishment and facelift in the 1980s which included murals on the Central and Bakerloo Line platforms  though these were mostly removed in 2007 during another refurbishment.
|A Northbound Bakerloo Line train arrives at Oxford Circus|
|A Northbound Victoria Line train pulls into the station|
|Passageway at Oxford Circus|
|Bakerloo Line platform|
|Victoria Line platform|
|You have just missed this Central Line train!|
 Mike Horne, The Victoria Line (Capital Transport, 2004) p. 35
 J. Grahem Bruce and Desmond F. Croome, The Twopenny Tube (Capital Transport, 1996) p. 70