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THIS EVENT ENDED ON THE 24TH FEBRUARY 2013

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Pimlico Tube Station

2 Bessborough Street, London, Pimlico, SW1V 2JA

5 mins from Family Matters, The Family of British Art

St James's Park Tube Station

Petty France, London, Westminster, SW1H 0QW

13 mins from Family Matters, The Family of British Art

Westminster Tube Station

Bridge Street, London, Westminster, SW1A 2JR

14 mins from Family Matters, The Family of British Art

Mainline Stations

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Victoria Railway Station

Terminus Place, London, Victoria, SW1V 1JU , Underground lines: District, Circle, Victoria

15 mins from Family Matters, The Family of British Art

Charing Cross Railway Station

The Strand, London, Covent Garden, WC2 5HS , Underground lines: Bakerloo, Northern

22 mins from Family Matters, The Family of British Art

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