People tend to check in during these times:
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Took the overground to Stevenage.
Quick train ride away from central London/Moorgate
The mosque is 5 mins away if you need a good brainwashing in the art of violence.
Hell in the mornings, due to staircase between railway and underground being refurbished
Trains to Moorgate doors now may open on the left!
Taste the mango.
How First Capital Connect is allowed to run a train service in this country is baffling. Persistently late, late, late all the time! Clean up your act, incompetent buffoons! What a disgrace.
Train delays, trains broken, train overhead lines down, person under train... Always some excuse
Very quick change over between Piccadilly/Victoria and national rail.
There's a fruit and veg stall by the Wells Terrace Underground entrance/exit most days which does great fresh produce for bargain prices. Better than you'll get in the shops. Cherry cherry cherry!
Good for trains
Don't forget that there is no service from Finsbury Park to Moorgate on the weekend.
On cold days take refuged in the waitingroom
Express organics coffee shop on platform 6 open weekdays 7am to 9pm and weekends 10.30am to 8.00pm - nice chai latte :)
If you're on a train to Moorgate,need to change to the Victoria line and feeling lazy, change at Highbury and Islington instead,it's easier!
Northbound to anywhere south of Stevenage? Try platforms 5 and 6! (usually 5 after 10pm)
Take the first carriage if you're changing for city lines at kings cross.
Visit kiss fashions for the latest offers on dresses! Next to the fashions centre!
nice espresso on platform 6!
It's a quicker tube change to Victoria and Piccadilly lines than at kings cross, so if using those lines into London, change here rather than there (journey time to kingsx the same). Same applies out
To Alexandra Palace and Palmers Green is platform 5 or 6 (Hertford North train)
Amazing sunsets on platform 6
The tube is shut and packed avoid this morning
Look out for the party's opposite the tube above the mini cab(inernet cafe sign) top floor of flats! on weekends!!! Amazing Partys!!!
The Espress Organics coffee shop on platform 5/6 has a selection of retro goodies such as Wagon Wheels, Chewits and Tea Cakes
Sandwiches are expensive on the platform
They put the ticket gates in because more revenue is lost at this station due to fare dodging, than at almost any other station.
Nicknamed Finsbury Dark
If your trying to get the Louis vatton badhe check into the Louis vatton store
They're half way through building toll gates on platform 1-2 and 5-6
Come on you mighty gunners!
Really, there is no exit from Finsbury park. It is an island of cold winds and late trains full of drunks trying to get to somewhere via Cambridge. Look out for the weird holes that reveal stairs on 6
They all use same ticket :)
When trying to get into London on matchday, don't use tube! Use the trains to kings cross.
Get some waffels from waffles to go!
When it's cold and you are early for your train, walk up the steps very very slowly, or just wait downstairs until you hear the beep of the train doors. But be quick.
Try the Happening Bagel Shop on Seven Sisters Road opposite the park. Great bagels and their patties are yummy too.
Platform 6 for Winchmore Hill - You want the Letchworth, Hertford or Stevenage variety.
There is a little coffee shop at the back (near the road bridge) which is sun bathed in the afternoon. Unfortunately, they don't serve a decent coffee
the small shop on station place sells oyster cards, better than waiting in the queue for the ticket office
Avoid match days at the wrong times
There are 3 exits :)
fish in the park!!!
mind the gap!