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I dig this station as it's one of London's oldest and the lines seem close I each other (compared to Green Park). Anything with a Sherlock Holmes statues intrigues me, just where is Jude Law when you need your Watson.more
You may need to be a world-class detective to figure out how to navigate this station.
So yes, it's a maze and poorly constructed. I always feel like I'm taking the wrong twists and turns to get anywhere. However, it was the world's first underground station. That's pretty amazing right there. So if anything, I think that gives them a little bit of a break.
Baker Street was, of course, home...more
I CANNOT WAIT for the Olympics to come to Baker Street Station. On any given day Baker Street has issues with gawking tourists wandering about trying to decide how to get to Madam Tussaud's just east of the station. Hint: It's a Madam Tussaud's... who cares? So, add another million people with no idea how to get where they need to go to, and it'll be some good clean fun. By which I mean: total...more
Baker Street Station is a labyrinth! Yes, like the '80s film with gremlins, and David Bowie dancing around with a sock stuffed down his tights... only without David Bowie. The gremlins are there though, disguised as commuters and tourists.
I don't know, it's just I've been using this station for a couple of months now and I still have no idea which exit I'll come out of as I ascend the...more
If you're in London and heading north/west then it's hard to avoid Baker Street. It seems like every line goes through here and a lot of them do, the overground tube lines (like metropolitan - purple one) and the newer underground (jubilee -silver line) lines meet here.
As a sidenote, I wonder if there will be another line for the Queen's 60th jubilee? The jubilee line was related to the...more