Liverpool Street Station is a major railway and underground station in London. The station is in central London and close to The City, Shoreditch, The Barbican and Whitechapel.
Liverpool Street Underground Station is on the Circle Line, the Hammersmith & City Line and the Metropolitan Line. Railway trains are operated by National Express East Anglia Railway.
Liverpool Street Station is near many tourist attractions including Spitalfields Market, The Whitechapel Gallery and The Bank of England. There are London hotels near Liverpool Street Station. Use the map to explore the area around Liverpool Street Station.
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Liverpool Street Railway Station, London
- Tube Station Facilities
- Central line
- Circle line
- Hammersmith and City line
- Metropolitan line
Liverpool Street is a grand old station, one of the main hubs of London. It has basically every shop you could want. I pass through it twice a day, to and from work on the tube, and have travelled on trains to and from the station several times as well. I love the way it looks from the outside at twilight.more
This is a great little station with plenty of amenities, but not very crowded. We used it to train to Cambridge, and I couldn't recommend it more highly. Definitely an an easier choice than the larger Euston and King's Cross stations--if you have the option.more
This was my favorite station in a recent European tour!
Here's what I loved:
* It's big, bright, and open
* The shops! This place seriously has everything. But the note-worthy shops for me were the Starbucks for free wifi and the M&S food for a quick, totable snack.
* Loads of ATMs and ticket machines...never a line!
* Super easy to navigatemore
I love Liverpool Street station! It is huge with loads of shops around and in a great part of London! You can get anywhere from here and it is usually packed with good looking fancy people.
You shouldn't go there when you're hungry because there is too much food around and you'd probably want to buy it all.
Underground, normal trains and airport express trains, you can find it all at this...more
You know what, Liverpool Street Station, you're OK with me.
Yes, you can be crowded due to the popularity of your station, but that's just because you're a great drop-off point for those working in the city. But you're easy to find, easy to get in an out of, and easy to navigate once within. None of this labyrinth nonsense. This way to the tube, this way to the rail, this way to the busses....more