Baker Street station

Baker Street train station

Baker Street train station
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Baker Street Station, Marylebone Road,
London NW1
United Kingdom
Fare zone:
Baker Street is in Zone 1

Bakerloo Line

Circle Line

Hammersmith & City

Jubilee Line

Metropolitan Line

Station closures on the Bakerloo, Circle, Hammersmith & City, Jubilee and Metropolitan lines

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Train journey from Baker Street station

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Train fares to Baker Street (zone 1)

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Baker Street station facilities

Lifts no Escalators yes Toilets yes Cash machine yes Photo booth no Pay phone yes


Getting to Baker Street train station

Car park noMinicab and taxi firms near Baker Street
Bus 2, 13, 18, 27, 30, 74, 82, 113, 139, 189, 205, 274, 266, 453

Alternative stations close to Baker Street train station:
Marylebone station, Regents Park station and Marble Arch

The facilties and ticket office hours at Baker Street station are always subject to change. We advise you to check the details with London Transport.

Talk about Baker Street tube station

  • Admin – “you can't avoid the stairs changing onto the bakerloo unfortunately.hammersmith/city or circle:its 4 flights of stairs (3 of them being 20+ stairs) plus an escalatormetropolitan:1 flight of 25 stairs plus an escalatorbut if you're going from kings cross to paddington, why don't you just get the circle or hammersmith/city all the way? you'll still have some stairs when you get off at paddington though -- no way to avoid those”
  •  Guest – “Hi,I am fine with stairs but I am terrified of lifts! Can you tell me which website you use to find out information please.Thanks.”
  • Admin – “we have the information printed off hereTFL (Transport for London) has a journey planner which allows you to select routes without stairs and escalators -- it doesn't have an option for lifts though you can try that”

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