London Liverpool Street

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. As Britain’s busiest station, it serves around 80 million passengers every year, providing the starting point for journeys to Cambridgeshire, Essex, Greater London, Hertfordshire, Norfolk and Suffolk.

One of four railway stations on the British version of Monopoly, Liverpool Street is a stone’s throw away from iconic London attractions like Exchange Square, Old Spitalfields Market, Sky Garden, Brick Lane and the Tower of London. In addition, the station itself has two memorials to the Kindertransport rescue mission and is home to the Great Eastern Railway war memorial.  

Station opening hours

  • Monday: 03:10 – 01:03
  • Tuesday – Thursday: 04:00 – 01:03
  • Friday – Saturday: 03:10 – 01:03
  • Sunday: 03:40 – 01:03

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 (PDF, 80 KB)

British Transport Police

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

For assistance speak to any member of station staff or contact the British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40 (24 hours) or text 61016. In an emergency call 999.

British Transport Police in our stations

Station information

Roof renewal

In summer 2024, we’re planning to start our project to refurbish and renew the roof at London Liverpool Street station. To find out more, visit our London Liverpool Street roof renewal page

Proposals to redevelop Liverpool Street station

Sellar and MTR UK, in partnership with Network Rail, are proposing to upgrade Liverpool Street station to create a landmark seven-day-a-week destination for passengers and the local community. To find out more visit the Upgrade Liverpool Street Station website.

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