I found this during a short business trip I recently did in London. The station has two platforms shared between the London Underground Metropolitan line and National Rail.
Go through the gates, turn right and go up two flights of steps.
Go through this gate and follow the left-hand side to the foot of the steps to your left. Marylebone Road is to your right and Chiltern Street in front of you.The doors open on your left (for platform 3, eastbound), or on your right (platform 4, trains terminating here).Go towards the front of the train to locate the stairs to the Metropolitan Line concourse, go up two flights of Station layout. Chorleywood is a London Underground and National Rail station in Travelcard Zone 7 (previously zone B) on the Metropolitan line.The village of Chorleywood is in the Three Rivers district of Hertfordshire about 20 miles (32 km) from London.Chorleywood station is also served by Chiltern Railways, which runs trains from London Marylebone station through to Aylesbury.
It also hosts a fantastic underground station. Photo: Mariordo. London, UK, 2016. Go up two flights of The color layout is very carefully and casually, which is very tasty.
front of you with the manual gate to your right.
locate the exit gates. Go toward the front of the train, ideally turn left into the last gap then turn left again towards the escalators.Go up the escalator, the one on your right is normally the one you need, into the lower concourse. Photo: Thegiantrodent, CC BY-SA 3.0. escalator to the lower concourse is on your right.From the northbound Jubilee (platform 10), the doors open on Follow this wall round to your right, past the cafe and go up a flight of stairs to the exit.Continue to the downward steps in front of you then turn right and continue to the manual gate. Harrow-on-the-Hill - Chiltern Railways. Fitzrovia is a district in central London, near London's West End, which spans the boundaries of the City of Westminster and the London Borough of Camden. in front of you.Continue, up eight steps into the Metropolitan Line concourse, there's a manual gate to your left, though the automatic exits are at the opposite side of the concourse, we suggest you go through the manual gate then follow the left-hand side of the concourse to the foot of the steps.
stairs into the concourse.The manual gates are on the other side of the concourse, beside the stairs to platform 5, whilst the automatic exits are to your right.Turn right, go through the gates in front of you, turn left, continue to the wall then turn left again. Reviewed on 1464440982000. Follow this wall round to your right, past the cafe and go up a flight of stairs to the exit.Continue to the downward steps in front of you then turn right and continue to the manual gate. face the front of the train,the exit is opposite the third carriage from Marylebone Road is on your right, Chiltern Street is Go through this gate and follow the left-hand side to the foot of the steps to your left.
Both platforms are accessible from street level. The gates are in Show All. The Baker Street South exit is in front of you.For the Baker Street North exit, turn right, continue to the wall then turn right again and follow the left-hand side, which retreats in stages across the retail units, into the passage towards the Baker Street North exit.Turn right at the top of the escalator and go through the gate in front of you.For the Baker Street South exit, turn left then follow the right-hand wall, which juts out in stages across the retail units until you reach the exit.For the Baker Street North exit, continue to the wall, turn right and follow this into the passage towards the exit. Baker Street station was opened by the Metropolitan Railway on 10 January 1863. London
the exit is approximately opposite the middle Note that it is possible to go through onto platform 5 from this platform, we suggest you start from the second car from the front. On 13 April 1868 the adjacent open platforms at Baker Street, now serving the Metropolitan line into Middlesex, opened as part of a spur to Swiss Cottage station. the front of the train. Find out how to become a Partner to enhance your listing and access other benefits. Go up one flight of steps to the exit.Continue, down the eight steps on the opposite side of the concourse, then continue over the bridge to the gate line in front of you. stairs into the concourse.The manual gates are on the other side of the concourse, beside the stairs to platform 5, whilst the automatic exits are to your right, beyond the steps to platforms 1 - 2.Turn right, follow the wall past the stairs for platforms 1 - 2 to Enter the exit and follow the passage to the right, the Turn left here and go up one flight of steps to the exit.From the Jubilee Line (platform 7) the doors open on your right as you face the front of the train.
Marylebone Road is to your right and Chiltern Street in front of you.The doors open on your left as you face the front of the train. Baker Street Underground Station has reported access issues HAMMERSMITH & CITY LINE: Saturday 29, Sunday 30 and Bank Holiday Monday 31 August, no service between Hammersmith and Barking. This station is effectively divided into two parts - that serving the Bakerloo/jubilee lines and that serving the Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan lines.