Blackfriars station has entrances on the north and south side of the bridge.
Access to Blackfriars underground station is on the north side of the Thames
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Blackfriars Railway Station, London
Queen Victoria Street
- Tube Station Facilities
- Circle line
- District line
Located right across the street from my hotel, this was my go to station for travelling across London. Bight and airy, it is very easy to access. Unlike other stations with many turns and long tunnels to actually access the platform, this location is very simply laid out. Bathrooms located on the main level are free to use and they are pretty clean. The train station located has great...more
Blackfriars Station is one of the friendliest train stations I encountered, and not only can you catch a train but you can also catch the tube!
This station was my starting point for most journeys I went on when exploring London, the staff was very friendly and helpful and offered trip advice.
The Underground Tube is easy to navigate, lines are easy to figure out and before you know it you...more
It feels odd to review a train station, but I feel that if other stations,airports etc. can get reviews then this one deserves a more up-to-date one, especially since it's refurbishment is pretty much complete.
Blackfriars is the first train station to span the River Thames. This is very convenient for anybody travelling the Thameslink route. The roof is covered in solar panels with a view to...more
Blackfriars Underground Station is a stop on the District Line in the City, and is a major interchange with the main-line station above, which is served by both the Thameslink service and terminating trains. It was used by over 12.6 million people in 2007.
The station was opened in may 1870 when the Metropolitan District Railway was extended from Westminster. It was the terminus for only 14...more
Working near here there was shock and surprise when the radio news bulletin said this station would be closed for THREE YEARS.
Yes, Three years! Thankfully it wasn't from that moment, but later this year. Although it gives you an idea of how demand for this station has outgrown its facilities. So there will be no Tube at Blackfriars from late 2008 to the end of 2011.
That means that...more