London Bridge to Earl's Court by train

1) From London Bridge take the Jubilee Line
2) Change at Westminster to the District Line
3) Leave the train at Earl’s Court

How many stops? 9   Is it a direct train? No

Stations on the route: London Bridge → Southwark → Waterloo → Westminster change train Westminster → St. James’s Park → Victoria → Sloane Square → South Kensington → Gloucester Road → Earl’s Court

Journey time? Approx 29 mins   Fare zones? 1

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Adult fare for zone 1

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Adult train fare from London Bridge to Earl’s Court
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 London Bridge to Earl’s Court
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.

London Bridge tube station

London Underground map from Transport for London
London Bridge station
 (zone 1)

Parking near London Bridge train station

Alternative train journey to Earl’s Court:
Monument to Earl’s Court, Borough to Earl’s Court or Southwark to Earl’s Court

 

Earl’s Court tube station

London Underground map from Transport for London
Earl’s Court station
 (zone 1 & 2)

Parking near Earl’s Court train station

Alternative train route from London Bridge:
London Bridge to West Brompton, London Bridge to West Kensington or London Bridge to Gloucester Road

 

Lifts, stairs and escalators

Earl’s Court station – from the District/‍Piccadilly westbound platform to the street you’ll have one lift or one flight of 27 stairs, plus a ramp or one flight of 8 stairs to the Earl’s Court Road exit, or one lift or one flight of 23 stairs to the Warwick Road exit

Travel by bus, taxi or minicab

Walk to Earl’s Court – We don’t recommend walking – the stations are 4¾ miles apart

Bus to Earl’s Court – 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 Earl’s Court – The 4¾ miles from London Bridge to Earl’s Court will take anything from 20 to 34 mins in a taxi, and will cost approximately £20 to £31

Minicab to Earl’s Court – Here’s a list of minicab firms close to London Bridge station

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