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Moorgate Station’s Facade At The New Entrance – 17th June 2022

These pictures show, the  new facade of the Moorgate station’s new entrance.


This entrance is in addition to the original entrance on Moorgate and it has stairs and lifts to the Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan Lines and a giant escalator and a lift to the Elizabeth Line.

It does look as though, the construction of the offices on top of the entrance is coming to a completion. Two escalators will be fitted in the space guarded by the green hoarding to give access to the offices and the walkways, that will lead to the Barbican.



June 17, 2022 - Posted by | Transport/Travel | , , , , ,


  1. I ended up on a Moorgate terminator yesterday so decided to walk over to Liv St but thought wayfinding for this exit was a bit poor off that side of the station. One way out sign then next signs are for Elizabeth Line but you find yourself at this new exit as well.

    Comment by Nicholas Lewis | June 17, 2022 | Reply

  2. The best way is to come to the surface using the double escalator at the front of the Great Northern trains and then use the stairs to the street.

    Signage is terrible.

    Comment by AnonW | June 17, 2022 | Reply

    • It was Met Line platforms i terminated in but glad it wasn’t just me that thought signage was poor

      Comment by Nicholas Lewis | June 17, 2022 | Reply

  3. It only seems Moorgate has bad signage.

    If you ever get dumped in those Met platforms again, go up one floor on the life or the stairs and you are in the new ticket hall.

    The quickest way to Liverpool Street is to then take the Elizabeth Line escalator all the way to the bottom and walk along the passageway in the middle to Liverpool Street station.

    I did it the other way in this post.

    Elizabeth Line – Riding The Underground Roller Coaster At Liverpool Street Station – 24th May 2022

    In the weather like today, it’s probably a lot easier as it’s an air-conditioned route and four escalators cut the walking.

    Comment by AnonW | June 17, 2022 | Reply

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