- Tube Station Facilities
- Central line
This station always gave me mild anxiety attacks since I always seemed to find myself here when it's rush hour. The entrance and exit areas are also kind of narrow making me wonder if I'm at all a bit claustrophobic. It is very convenient for tourists like myself, especially if you're staying at the Hilton that's literally a short stumble out of the exit. Lots of restaurants and shops around.more
I wonder if this station's name has resulted from its proximity to Kensington Palace though I suspect it's been at least a few decades since the queen last visited the station
I enjoy the restaurants, shops and Hyde Park located in close proximity to the station, hence the fact that it's one of my usual haunts. However, it's not one of London's more user friendly stations with 2 old lifts...more
A satisfactory tube stop. I live in the neighborhood and use it occasionally. Have never had any issues here, which I suppose is the highest praise a tube stop can get.more
On the Central Line between Notting Hill Gate and Lancaster Gate, Queensway is in Travelcard Zone 1. It's quite an old station, one of the few classics remaining of the original Central London Railway by Harry Bell Measures.
Despite having lifts to street level, this is not a step-free station. There is good signage including a "next train" display hanging from the ceiling. The platform...more