One of four railway stations on the British version of Monopoly

Opened in 1874 as a replacement for Bishopsgate station, London Liverpool Street station was designed to integrate with the growing London Underground network. Today, it is Britain’s the third busiest station after Waterloo and Victoria, serving around 64m passengers a year.

Liverpool Street has a reputation as a busy commuter station and has been praised for its radical modernisation whilst preserving the best of its railway heritage.

Explore the information on this page and across our social channels to learn more about London Liverpool Street.

Tickets and travel information

For latest train times, please visit the National Rail Enquiries website or call them on: 03457 48 49 50

Textphone: 0345 60 50 600
Welsh language line: 0345 60 40 500

Station enquiries

General station enquiries: 03457 11 41 41

Find your way around using the Liverpool Street Station Map

British Transport Police

The British Transport Police station is between platforms 10 and 11.

For assistance call 0800 40 50 40 (24 hours), speak to a member of station staff or use the phone at the police station entrance. In an emergency call 999.

British Transport Police in our stations

Car

By the taxi rank in the station’s central roadway, accessed via Primrose St. Waiting is prohibited.

Sat nav postcode: EC2M 3TY

There is no car park at the station.

Taxi

The taxi rank is inside the station, next to platform 10 in the central roadway.

All taxis are accessible.

For more information visit traintaxi.

Bus

Bus stops: Bishopsgate. The bus station on Sun St Passage has closed – for new stop locations see maps (right) or visit TfL buses.

Bicycle

If you want to take your bike on the train, check with the train operator first.

Train

For information about trains to and from Liverpool Street station go to National Rail Enquires or call 08457 48 49 50.

Tube

Lines serving Liverpool Street:

  • Circle
  • Hammersmith & City
  • Metropolitan
  • Central

There are 5 entrances to the station:

  • Sun Street Passage
  • Broadgate
  • Corner of Liverpool Street & Old Broad Street
  • Bishopsgate
  • Primrose St (End of Platform 10)

There is a lift from the station concourse to the Underground ticket hall.

For more information see maps (right) or visit TfL Tube.

Tickets and information

The ticket office is open station hours.

Ticket machines: around the concourse, selling tickets for travel that day.

The ticket office and machines are run by Greater Anglia.

Tickets, timetables and real-time information are available from National Rail Enquiries08457 48 49 50, or contact your train company.

Toilets and baby change

Men / women: down the stairs opposite platform 11. 30p.

Accessible: next to Ticket office on the concourse. Free.

Baby change: next to Ticket office on the concourse. Free.

Cash and bureau de change

ATMs: on the concourse.

Bureau de change: Lower Ground Floor, North Mall.

Telephones

  • Near platform 18
  • By public toilets
  • By Costa Coffee

 

Lost property

At the station
Items handed in at the station are kept in the left luggage office. Report lost property online.

Lost property counter hours:

  • Monday to Friday 09:00 – 17:00

Onboard a train
Items left on trains are kept by the train company.

Left luggage

You can leave luggage at Excess Baggage Co on platform 10.

  • Monday to Sunday 07:00 – 23:00

You can prebook storage for your heavy, awkward or high-value luggage at one of our Rail Station Left Luggage facilities.

For more information visit Excess Baggage or call 020 8090 9919.

Trolleys

There are several trolley bays. A £1 (coin) deposit is refunded when you return the trolley to a bay.

Wi-Fi

Pay as you go wireless internet access is available from:

Photo booths

  • Entrance to platforms 1-2
  • Outside WHSmith towards Bishopsgate exit
  • By Fitness First, near platform 18

Car parking

There is no car park at Liverpool Street station.

Accessible parking

The nearest Blue Badge spaces are on Broad Street Pl and Liverpool St. The space on Old Broad St has closed.

Cycle parking

There are over 100 folding down bicycle racks on platform 10 and 1 row with double rack on Bishopsgate Piazza.

Station accessibility

Accessible routes within Liverpool Street station with photos – see National Rail Enquiries’ route planner.

All entrances are step-free, lifts and escalators connect the ground floor with the lower-level station.

Requesting assistance

If you need help, speak to a member of staff or go to the reception by platform 10, Monday to Friday 07:00-19:00. At other times call 020 7295 2789 or 0778 892 4382.

Alternatively contact the train operator giving 24 hours notice if possible:

If you wish to book assistance but are not sure which train operator you are travelling with, you can call 0800 022 3720. On calling, you will be referred to the appropriate train operator.

Accessible toilets

Next to Ticket office on concourse, two cubicles have baby changing facilities. Toilets are free to use.

Wheelchairs and mobility vehicles

Both are available for use with staff assistance – ask a member of staff or go to reception near platform 10.

Getting to and from the station

Information about accessible public transport is available from Transport for London.

Bus

Bus stops: on Bishopsgate, bus station on Sun St Passage (Liverpool Street exit). See route maps (right).

All London bus routes are wheelchair accessible with automatic ramps and designated wheelchair spaces.

Tube

Lines serving Liverpool Street:

  • Circle
  • Hammersmith & City
  • Metropolitan
  • Central

A lift connects the station concourse to the Underground booking hall.

Car

Pick up / set down: at the taxi rank, next to platform 10 in the central roadway. Waiting is prohibited.

Parking: there is no car park at the station. The nearest Blue Badge spaces are on Broad Street Pl and Liverpool St; the space on Old Broad St has closed.

Taxi

Taxi rank: next to platform 10, in the central roadway.

All taxis are accessible with a wheelchair.

For more information visit traintaxi.

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