Heron Quays is a nifty looking station, especially at night, when it's all lit and blue and glowing. It's particularly nice from a distance as you get the added benefit of the station's reflection in the river. Makes for a very nice photo.
There're no amenities in the station itself, but it is located a couple of minutes from the shops in Canary Wharf.more
Amazingly modern with step-free access (lift and escalator) from street level and onto the trains, there's no minding the gap here. Heron Quays is part of the Docklands Light Rail system and is a very short walk from the Canary Wharf station on the Jubilee Line. Easy access to the ticket barricades and Oyster readers, Heron Quays is in Zone Two.
I wish the rest of the Underground could be...more
This is one of the most understated train stations on the DLR. It's a great little station fitting one purpose; to get all the professionals on the other side of the Canary Wharf dock to work!
It's a nifty piece of architecture too. I like the flashing lights on the blue screens, it eases the wait for trains!
It's a new station too! Well sort of, it got rebuit and moved 200 metres about...more