Liverpool Street to Baker Street by train

1) From Liverpool Street take the Hammersmith & City Line
2) Leave the train at Baker Street

How many stops? 7   Is it a direct train? Yes

Stations on the route: Liverpool Street → Moorgate → Barbican → Farringdon → King’s Cross St. Pancras → Euston Square → Great Portland Street → Baker Street

Journey time? Approx 16 mins   Fare zones? 1

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Adult fare for zone 1

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Adult train fare from Liverpool Street to Baker Street
Cash Oyster and Contactless Travelcards
Single Single Daily cap Weekly cap 1-Day Weekly Monthly Annual
Peak Off-peak Peak Off-peak (contactless) Anytime Off-peak
£4.90 £2.40 £2.40 £7 £7 £35.10 £13.10 (z1-4) n/a £35.10 (z1-2) £134.80 (z1-2) £1404 (z1-2)

Child fare for zone 1

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Child train fare from Liverpool Street to Baker Street
Cash Oyster Travelcards
Single Single Daily cap 1-Day Weekly Monthly Annual
Peak Off-peak Peak Off-peak Anytime Off-peak
Aged under-11 and accompanied by an adult, or with a 5-10 Zip Oyster photocard
free
Aged 11-15 with a Young Visitor Discount applied to their Oyster card
Half the adult fare
Aged 11-15 with an 11-15 Zip Oyster photocard
£2.40 £0.85 £0.75 £3.50 £1.50 £6.50 (z1-4) n/a £17.60 (z1-2) £67.60 (z1-2) £704 (z1-2)
Aged 16-17 with a 16+ Zip Oyster photocard
£2.40 Half the adult fare £13.10 (z1-4) n/a Same as the 11-15 fare

Note: Peak and off-peak prices are based on what time your journey begins – not when it ends. For Oyster cards and contactless bank cards ‘off peak’ is outside the hours of 6.30-9.30 AM and 4-7 PM (Mon-Fri). For travelcards it’s after 9.30 AM (Mon-Fri) and all day Sat-Sun. Read more about London train fares and child train fares.

Liverpool Street tube station

London Underground map from Transport for London
Liverpool Street station
 (zone 1)

Parking near Liverpool Street train station

Alternative train journey to Baker Street:
Moorgate to Baker Street, Aldgate to Baker Street or Shoreditch to Baker Street

 

Baker Street tube station

London Underground map from Transport for London
Baker Street station
 (zone 1)

Parking near Baker Street train station

Alternative train route from Liverpool Street:
Liverpool Street to Marylebone, Liverpool Street to Regents Park or Liverpool Street to Marble Arch

 

Lifts, stairs and escalators

Baker Street station – from the Circle/‍Metropolitan/‍Hammersmith & City platform to the ticket hall you’ll have two flights of stairs (16 and 26 steps up), plus one flight of stairs to the Chiltern Street exit (22 steps up), one flight of stairs to the Marylebone Road exit (18 steps up), or no stairs to the Baker Street exit

Travel by bus, taxi or minicab

Walk to Baker Street – They are 3¼ miles apart, so you’d be walking for around one hour

Bus to Baker Street – Single fare: £1.50 (you may have to take more than one bus); Daily cap: £4.50; Weekly cap: £21.20; 1-day travelcard: £5; Weekly travelcard: £21.20; Monthly travelcard: £81.50; Annual travelcard: £848. See our adult bus fares and child bus fares pages for more details

Black taxi to Baker Street – A taxi will take 14-27 mins to cover 3¼ miles, and will cost approx £12.60 to £23

Minicab to Baker Street – Here’s a list of minicabs close to Liverpool Street station

Ask a question

  •  Guest – “Does the Hammersmith line just go one way and can I get on any train or do they sometimes go to different places?”
  • Admin – “I'm not quite sure what you mean. The Hammersmith line just goes along one route (and back the other way, of course). It doesn't split off anywhere. But you can always just get off at a station which connects with another line, if you want to go somewhere else.”

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Note: Allow extra time for cancellations/delays. Disabled access information about lifts, escalators and stairs should be double-checked before travel

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