The Anonymous Widower

From Haggerston To Moorgate

I did this journey this morning and I described it in detail in The Whitechapel Shortcut.

It may seem obvious to take the Overground to Whitechapel and then take the Elizabeth Line to Liverpool Street and come out on Moorgate.

But that route means a long walk at either Whitechapel or Moorgate to get to the right end of the train.

So I took a Hammersmith and City Line train, which was slower, but involved much less walking.

October 20, 2022 - Posted by | Transport/Travel | , , , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. […] Today, I travelled between Haggerston and Moorgate stations, which I wrote about in From Haggerston To Moorgate. […]

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