- Tube Station Facilities
- District line
- Piccadilly line
Earl's Court is a bit all over the place at the best of times. The station itself isn't bad, but the train times are always incorrect, trying to get downstairs onto the Piccadilly line when it's even slightly busy is absolutely chaotic, and 95% of the time the ticket machines are acting up.
Not a horribly dreadful station, but definitely not up with the best either. Just so happens that 3...more
Ugggggh, this station is the pits. First literally because it's underground and then figuratively since it's terrible.
It's old and it has one of those old signs with the arrows pointing at where it is going. Dear god, I hate those. Then, you have no idea when the train is going to arrive. They always give you a number of when it will arrive and then the train is early and leaves early or...more
The ticket machines were having some problems when I came through on Saturday morning.
The station has an open platform layout on the District line side, which is great right now! The platforms get loads of sun and the breezes make travel a lot easier than it is at the underground stations. As lovely as it is in the summer, the station gets pretty cold in the winter.more
This station gets on my wick. What is with the old school arrow pointing sign board? Really that is not the problem with this station, it just feels like once you arrive there, the likelihood of leaving again is slim. I know that's a strange thing to say, but it just feel lonely even though it's often not.
Beside my personal feeling about the ghost station, it's the main station for those...more
A very busy station on the Piccadilly and District lines, Earl's Court (aka Earls Court) can be a bit confusing and is definitely overwhelming at first glance. Take a deep breath, follow the signs, and you'll be okay.
Several food and drink services inside the station as well as just outside on Earl's Court Road.
I did not notice any step-free access, but the tube map indicates that this...more