It's a simple underground station on the Jubilee line. So it's not too crowded, which makes getting in and onto your train easy, with just one escalator (and a set of stairs) between the ticket barriers and the trains.
The bus stop is not directly outside the station, though, you'll need to walk a block or two to the left when you exit.more
It's one of those newer stations along the Jubilee Line. Exit here for Old Justice and, well, nothing else really.
Not entirely in a safe neighborhood in my opinion - I'd advise visitors to be mindful of their immediate surroundings. I believe the police is still searching for a suspect related to a stabbing murder just outside the station dating back to winter 2011.more
Bermondsey (I'm not going to try to tell you how it's pronounced) is one of the few stations south of the Thames. It's on the Jubilee Line, between London Bridge and Canada Water. It is in Travelcard Zone 2.
Because it was only opened in 1999, it is a modern station and has step-free access from the street to the platform level. Like other Jubilee stations, it has the platform edge...more