St Paul's Underground Stations

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2 out of 5 Based on 3 reviews

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St Paul's Underground Stations

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Cheapside,Blackfriars,London EC2V 6AA,UK
EC2V 6AA

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2 out of 5 based on 3 reviews

Top 3 reviews of St Paul's Underground Stations

4.0 out of 5 3 February 2011
by Bruce K.

No secret doubletalk here, the St. Paul's Tube Station is located right underneath the landmark St. Paul's Cathedral. On the Central Line between Chancery Lane and Bank station, it is in zone one.

The station has been open since 1900 and interestingly the two platforms are stacked rather than side to side.

Good signage points to the various nearby sites including the Museum of London and...more

2.0 out of 5 10 January 2009
by BushGirl

I have to agree with the review below. For a station that millions of tourists and city workers use, it's just not up to scratch. It should be swisher, cleaner and more modern.

The main thing I find annoying is that I always find it disorientating coming out of the station and have to spend a moment figuring out which way is which. There should be more clear signs and directions.

The...more

2.0 out of 5 8 October 2008
by josephaghababa

Having commuted to this station for almost 3 years, almost nothing has changed. The station has been under constant building work, with little progress for months despite signs that say otherwise - work on tiling the platform is nearly complete... apparently not - wires and steel girders petrude from the ceiling and walls, and the escalators break down fairly frequently. One wonders what they...more