Edgware Road (Circle) Underground Station

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Edgware Road (Circle) Underground Station

Address
Chapel Street
London
NW1 5DH
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Yelp Reviews

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3 out of 5 based on 5 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Edgware Road (Circle) Underground Station

4.0 out of 5 26 September 2014
by David S.

It's worth a stop for the architecture and fresh air on the outdoor platform. Tiling in the entrance is turn of the century (20th that is) Arts & Crafts. The platforms can be a bit confusing. If you're traveling south or west, look for the Circle line towards Kensington or the District line to Wimbledon. Eastbound look for Kings Cross As far as I can tell the platforms do not have step free...more

1.0 out of 5 23 January 2013
by Vicky L.

A review of the circle line has to come with a review of Edgware Road Station:

So, you're happily sitting on your little slow and inept circle line train. Except it doesn't go round in circles anymore. Therefore at Edgware Road, you get booted off. You have to sprint up a flight of stairs, sprint down a flight of stairs, get super confused that you are definitely on the wrong platform...more

3.0 out of 5 8 October 2010
by Bruce K.

Edgware Road is actually two stations on the Underground. One services the Bakerloo line and the other is for the District, Circle and Hammersmith & City lines. There is no direct transfer as they are around the corner and across the street from each other, about a five minute walk. Note that this is separate from Edgware Station, at the end of the Northern Line. Yeah, that's not confusing at...more

3.0 out of 5 19 October 2008
by Marzipan

The Bakerloo Line Edgware Rd Tube is great because it crosses the major points of the city - Oxford Circus, Picadilly Circus, Charring Cross and Waterloo - which makes life that little bit easier.

The main access to the line is via lift with the standard staircase at the bottom. The station is manned most hours and there are also good bus connections. If you're not the lazy type, it's only...more

4.0 out of 5 27 July 2008
by David J.

This is one of the two stations of the same name on different lines, which (unhelpfully) aren't connected underground. This review covers the Circle, District and Hammersmith & City line station, used by just under 6 million people a year.

NB: The entrance is actually situated on the junction of Chapel Street and Cabbell Street. It is a 100 metre walk to the Bakerloo Line station.

The...more

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