As an underground station goes i like Camden. But why are you reading this review?? If you need to come here just do it - its much like the others. ;-)more
Ah, the happy memories I have of the times I have had at Camden Town. Let me relate them to you.
Okay, that's done. It's a short (null) list because the only times I get to Camden Town Tube are to change from one branch to the other. Exiting a perfectly good Northern Line train so that I can stand on a platform and wait for one that's actually taking the branch I want. It seems that every...more
If you can get over the station's flaws... what's not to love?
The bad - exit only on Sat and Sun 12-5... any Londoner knows this. It can be a pain in the beeeehind to have to trek upto Chalk Farm but in my book that means I get to gio via the stables market. winner.
The good - the frequent trains to ALL northern line stops on the network! Yeah baby! No switching at Kennington, no changing...more
Camden tube station is the epicentre of the northern portion of the Northern Line. From the fabled Camden you can head along the Charing Cross branch through the West End or take the Bank branch through the city. At times this can be a little confusing. Even though there are two ways into the station, you are only allowed out in one and in in the other. I find this frustrating. The Bank branch...more
While there IS an entry for the Northern Line as a whole, I just feel the need to complain about this station in particular.
This is MY station. I live all of two minutes away. Yet, on the weekends when I'm trying to get someplace further away than Angel (Kensington, for example), it's a nightmare. Why? Because on the weekends, the station is exit only from noon to 5 pm...the precise hours...more