- Tube Station Facilities
- Piccadilly line
Ah, classically old stations. Hyde Park you are a wonder.
You go down. Way down, no above ground things here. You take the Piccadilly. No other lines here. You have stairs to use. No step frees aces here. You get lost because there are five exits out of this relatively small station. Yes, they're all marked but if you get confused (as people new to the city have been known to do for time to...more
Pretty standard tube station, in terms of layout. It's only served by the Piccadilly line, so good luck to you if you have to take that. Because there's no interchange with any other line, there shouldn't be any confusing passageways. But, wait! There are like 5 different ways out once you leave the ticketing hall itself, and I have made a wrong turn here a couple times.
Also, there is a sign...more
At the southwest corner of Hyde Park and the northeast corner of Green Park, you'll find Hyde Park Corner Tube Station. Serving the Piccadilly Line in Travelcard Zone 1, it is between Knightsbridge and Green Park stations.
Like a few Tube stations in the city, there are no above ground buildings. From street level, descend to the ticketing level. And like many Tube stations, there is no step...more
Always bustling with dazed tourists, oversized rucksacks and over eager rollerbladers, this station runs on the Piccadily line and is rarely quiet.
It's also a prime time exit for music festivals (in this example the eponymous Blur), London truly loves this park.more