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39 Cowcross Street, Farringdon, London, EC1M 6BY
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39 Cowcross StreetFarringdonLondonEC1M 6BY
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Considering the pain in the behind 'engineering works that are going on, this station is actually doing an ok job of working well, and not causing me too much bother. I guess my biggest bugbear is that it's closed every weekend which mean that you either have to go to Barbican or Chancery Lane - not cool.
However, that said it's great if you're heading out of London from Euston or King Cross,...more
It does the job, but is a massive faff to get in and out of, with loads of entrances and exits shut at random times.
Maybe one day the construction will be over.more
Farringdon Station, I'd like you a whole lot more if you were ever open at the weekend (when I actually need you.)
As it stands, you've been closed for construction every single weekend in recent memory.
However, you make getting to Paddington (and Heathrow Express) on week days a snap and I do appreciate that. Your First Capital Connect train services are also worth mentioning for folks...more
I watched a programme recently about ghosts on the underground that said there was a murder years ago at Farringdon Station and sometimes you can still hear the woman's screams on the platform.
What a load of old tosh - the screams are me trying to get to and from work everyday in the ridiculous crowds of sweaty, smelly, shoving people!
At the moment this station is a friggin' nightmare...more
Don't listen to them Farringdon Station, they know not what they are talking about!
I hear the rumours, that you used to be closed on the weekend and that engineering problems kept people from really liking you. But as of today, none of them are true! You are open on non-work days, your entrance is wide and the construction is now happening around the corner from. Your trains run, your staff...more