Oxford Circus House
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Oxford Circus House is original Baker Street & Waterloo Railway's (Bakerloo Line) station building that was opened on 10 March 1906. It was constructed by an English architect Leslie William Green who designed some of iconic stations constructed on the London Underground railway system in central London during the first decade of the 20th century. The station itself is two-storey building. It has typical glazed terra cotta façade with large semi-circular windows at first floor level and a heavy dentilated cornice above. Above the station, there is a commercial development. The original station today remains only as an exit from the station.