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Walbrook Station, Bank Underground Stations new Apprentice

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History of Bank Station and Monument Station

Bank station opened in February 1900, named after the Bank of England which sits almost above it. The Bank complex is the interchange for the Northern Line, Central Line, Waterloo & City Lines, and the Docklands Light Railway. The northern Lines precursor was a railway line called City and South London Railway. Bank Station is linked to Monument station through underground walk passageways. Monument station is named after the Monument to the great fire of London which opened in 1884. Monument station is the connection station for the District and Circle line. These stations are located in the heart of the city under the Zone 1 ticket fare, they remain one of the busiest interchange stations on the London Underground Network serving in excess of 100 million passengers per year, the 4th busiest in London.

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Where can go from Bank, Monument and Walbrook station

6 lines, illustrating the start and end stations of these lines and the next station you can get to from Bank / Monument

  • Central Line from Bank Station

      West Ruislip <<–        St. Paul’s –  Bank –  Liverpool Street      –>>Epping

  • Northern Line from Bank Station

     Morden <<–        London Bridge –  Bank –  Moorgate      –>> Edgware

  • Docklands Light Railway (DLR) from Bank Station

     Bank (DLR) –  Lewisham, Stratford, Beckton

  • Waterloo & City Line from Bank Station

     Bank ->> Waterloo

  • District Line from Bank Station

Ealing Broadway <<–        Cannon Street –  Monument –  Tower Hill      –>> Upminster

  • Circle Line from Bank Station

Hammersmith <<–        Tower Hill –  Monument –  Cannon Street      –>> Paddington

The Walbrook entrance at Bank Station, what is Walbrook?

Walbrook has a historical connection to the site that goes way back to the Roman settlement of Londinium (London) and even further back as it represents one of London’s lost rivers. The Walbrook river was formed from tributaries from different areas in central London which flowed through the city of London and today underneath the Bank of England. The river no longer can be seen, but the name lives on in the name of the city ward Walbrook. Some suggest the name Walbrook derives from the river crossing through the London wall i.e. Wall + Brook (river /stream)

The Ward of Walbrook, City of London
The Ward of Walbrook, City of London

The tour Photographs of Walbrook entrance at Bank Station,

The Station will have an official VIP opening on the 12th of December 2018 but opened only just recently to the Public.

 

New Bank Station Walbrook entry exit
New Bank station Walbrook street sign entrance
New Bank Station Walbrook entry exit
New Bank Station Walbrook entry exit

 

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Walbrook now displays a London underground station entrance sign part of Bank Station
Walbrook now displays a London underground station entrance sign part of Bank Station
Bank station Walbrook new entrance November 2018 official opening dec 12th 2018
Bank station Walbrook new entrance November 2018 official opening dec 12th 2018

 

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Bank Underground Walbrook entrance next to the London Mithraeum space Bloomberg 12 Walbrook

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Walbrook Bank Down Escalators and Lift leads to the following network lines on the London Underground ;

The Northern Line ( Black)

The Central Line  (Red)

Waterloo and City Line. (Turquoise)

DLR Docklands Light Railway

Walbrook Bank Underground tunnel signage Central Line, Waterloo & City Line, Northern Line, DLR
Walbrook Bank Underground tunnel signage Central Line, Waterloo & City Line, Northern Line, DLR

Waterloo & City Line foot tunnel and escalator from the Walbrook Bank Entrance / Exit

Walbrook Bank leads to Waterloo and city Line
Walbrook Bank leads to Waterloo and City Line

District and Circle line can be approached further into Bank Station but you can follow the directions from Walbrook

Walbrook Bank leads to The Travolator and the other network lines Northern, Central, DLR , Waterloo & City, District & Circle Line
Walbrook Bank leads to The Travolator and the other network lines Northern, Central Line, DLR, Waterloo & City, District & Circle Line

The Travolator at Walbrook Bank

Travolator at Walbrook Bank Underground station
Travolator at Walbrook Bank Underground station
The Travolator Walbrook Bank underground station
The Travolator Walbrook Bank underground station

 

Walbrook  Bank Underground Tunnel exit options

 

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Bank underground station tunnels
Bank underground station tunnels
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1 thought on “Walbrook Station, Bank Underground Stations new Apprentice”

  1. Kristofer Van Wagner

    It is amazing how engineers and contractor work together to create new underground lines. The other day my dad was mentioning about how the underground lines are added. Now that I am aware how it is done, I will share this information with him.

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