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Westminster Mural


A mural celebrating the partnership between Westminster station and the Royal Navy Frigate HMS Westminster was unveiled at Westminster station on April 27th 2006 by London Underground Chief Operating Officer, Mike Brown, and the ship’s captain, Commander Andrew Betton.

The photographic design, measuring 3m by 1.5m, is situated in the central ticket hall of Westminster station. As official sign makers for the London Underground we were asked to create the mural in vitreous enamel. The artwork was printed using a CMYK 4 colour screen printing process. Due to the size of the piece the printing process was extremely challenging. It is one of the largest hand printed enamel artworks ever produced.

George McInulty, Service Director for the Jubilee, Northern and Piccadilly lines said:

“We are very proud of our association with HMS Westminster and feel that both shipand station display the best of modern engineering and team work. This mural is a wonderful way to update and capture the partnership between our great organisations.”