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.
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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
General station enquiries: 03457 11 41 41
Find your way around using the Liverpool Street Station map (PDF).
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.
Access for All is a £370m programme to improve accessibility at train stations by introducing lifts and ramps.