Kentish Town station to Bank of England

Bank of EnglandThe Bank of England is the country’s central bank, responsible for issuing banknotes and maintaining a stable financial system.

 

Suggested train journey

Here is our suggested train journey between Kentish Town station and Bank of England.

The closest station to Bank of England is Bank

1)  From Kentish Town take the Northern
2)  Leave the train at Bank

Journey: Kentish Town → Camden Town → Euston → Kings Cross St. Pancras → Angel → Old Street → Moorgate → Bank

Estimated time: 18 mins

Fare zones: 1, 2 (what is the train fare?)

Return journey:  Train from Bank of England to Kentish Town station

Remember to check if your journey will be affected by train strikes or engineering works

Note: Closures, cancellations or delays might affect your journey and you should allow for extra time on top

Questions about this journey

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Kentish Town station

London Underground map courtesy of Transport for London
Train station:
Kentish Town station
Train fare zone:
2

Minicabs:  Taxi companies near Kentish Town station

Alternative train journeys, which you might prefer:
Camden Town to Bank of England, Tufnell Park to Bank of England or Chalk Farm to Bank of England

 

Bank station

London Underground map courtesy of Transport for London
Train station:
Bank station
Train fare zone:
1

Minicabs:  Hire a minicab near Bank train station

Alternative train stations nearby:
Kentish Town to Cannon Street, Kentish Town to Mansion House or Kentish Town to Monument

 
 
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