The station is on the west side of Farringdon place, between Farringdon Road to the south and Turnmill Street, to the north.
The station has one entrance/exit onto the west side of Farringdon Place. You go up one step from the pavement into the concourse. The entrance/exit is divided into three sections by pillars.
At the time of our survey, this seemed to be a pedestrian-only area.
This is a single-stage crossing with tactile paving. The post with push button and rotating cone is to each side as you cross in either direction.
This is a single-stage crossing with tactile paving. The posts with push buttons and rotating cones are south of the crossing, that is to your right as you cross away from the station, to your left as you cross towards the station.
This is a single-stage crossing with tactile paving. There's a post with push button and rotating cone to each side as you cross towards the station, however, there's only one to your right as you crosss away from the station.
Stop B, west of Farringdon Place, serves buses Blackfriars, 63 and N63.
Stop A, west of Farringdon Place, serves buses towards King's Cross, 63, 748 (coach Monday to Friday) and N63.
There's a newspaper stall and bike rack outside the station entrance. There's a wide variety of retail outlets in Farringdon Place and beyond, details of which lie beyond the scope of this survey.
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