(Great Northern &
Northern City Lines) &
Transport for London
(Piccadilly & Victoria Lines)
In 1904 what became the Northern City Line was built linking from Moorgate through Finsbury Park. The Piccadilly Line arrived in 1906  though the current route dates from 1932 and the line's extension through to Cockfosters.
Also in the 1930s London Underground planned to take over the line to Edgware and make it part of the Northern Line as part of the Northern Heights project, the Second World War and a lack of finance killed off these grand plans, the existing line through to Edgware was closed in 1970. However the Northern City Line did become part of the Northern Line until it was passed to British Rail in the 1970s. Originally the Northern City Line was underground at Finsbury Park but these platforms were take over by the Victoria Line which opened at Finsbury Park, part of the first section of the line, in 1968. Since the 1970s the Northern City Line has used surface platforms.
Finsbury Park has, can be seen, a complicated history and resulting interchange of different lines and services (including two bus stations). The National Rail and London Underground stations are fully integrated though have separate ticket offices.
|A Class 313 on the Northern City Line arrives|
|317 341 at Finsbury Park|
|Victoria Line platform|
|Tile design on the Victoria Line, Finsbury Fields being associated with duels |
|Great Northern 365 510 arrives|
 Jason Cross, London Underground Guide 2017 (Train Crazy, 2017) p. 124
 Mike Horne, The Victoria Line (Capital Transport, 2004) p. 61