- Tube Station Facilities
- Jubilee line
- London Overground
A relatively new station which is surprisingly poorly designed. Whether they did not realise the large numbers of people who would commute through this or just didn't think about it, I am not sure.
During rush hour, the escalators get heavily congested. The is a large crowed pretty much permanently trying to get down one short escalator. What never ceases to amaze me is that it appears...more
My home tube station (for now)! It's clean, modern, and, unlike the older tube stations, not cramped at all. No narrow tunnels twisting underground, just a nice wide open space, which makes it really easy to change between the Jubilee Line and the Overground. The large glass skylight above the station lets in plenty of light (when there is light in London). Also, lots of buses stopping right...more
Another modern station in zone 2 on the Jubilee and Overground lines with easy interchange between the two. The platforms are wide and spacious which is necessary because any delay on the Jubilee line during rush hour can still result in them becoming very crowded. Indeed, such situations are amongst London's most depressing - standing 20th in line as yet another jam packed train arrives with...more
Don't really have much of a choice since I live here but the long walk to get to the platform is somewhat annoying and the lack of real and fun retail space makes it rather boring. On the flip side, it is a very modern looking site with a glass drum serving as an iconic entrance and allowing for natural light (and hence, your mobile signal) to reach as far deep as the station platform.