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Liverpool Street Underground Station is on the London Underground Metropolitan Line, Central Line, Circle Line, and Hammersmith and City Line in the City of London in Bishopsgate EC2 which is in Travelcard Zone 1 which is apart of the central London terminus station for National Rail and London Overground services.

See:Liverpool Street Railway Station


The mainline station opened on 2 February 1874, with underground services starting on the 12 July 1875. It was known as Bishopsgate until 1909 when it was renamed to it current name. The station was badly damaged during the First World War. It the late 1980s and early 1990s, both the underground and mainline station was modernisesd and reopen in 1991 by Queen Elizabeth II.

Station Facilities[]

Step-Free Access[]

There is no full Step-Free Access available. With only one platform having access from train|platform to street level.


There are no toilets available at the station.

Transport Connections[]


London Buses Routes 8, 11, 21, 26, 35, 47, 48, 78, 100, 135, 149, 205, 242, 344, 388 and Night Routes N8, N11, N26, 35, N205 serve the station.


National Express Coaches Routes A9 (24-hours) and Terevision A51 (24-hours) to Stansted Airport serve the station.

External links[]

  • Wikipedia page [1]
  • TfL page [2]

Close to the former Bishopsgate Station