The Anonymous Widower

Walking Routes Around London Bridge Station

The walking routes around London Bridge station have been revealed.

They are shown in this plan.

London Bridge Concourse

London Bridge Concourse

It would appear that the new concourse is all at street level and that lifts, stairs and escalators take you to the fifteen platforms that run across the top.

It all sounds very simple and passenger friendly.

In some ways the key will be information, in that say you want to go to Purley, you will need to be directed there without fuss.

I have a feeling that the best way to work the station, is as you approach to call up http://www.nationalrail.co.uk on your mobile phone, choose Live Departure Boards and then type in London Bridge and your destination. As this information is generally available fifteen minutes before the train leaves, this should give you enough time to walk to the platform.

I’ve done it so many times on my phone, I just type “nat” to get started.

I would hope that the visual information system is just as quick.

August 26, 2016 - Posted by | Travel | ,

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