THE MAIN CONCOURSE, INSIDE THE GATES

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Overview

This area is divided into two parts, an exit area from the Northern Line to the west and the entrance/exit area to both lines to the east. A barrier separates these two portions of this area.

The Entrance (East) Area

This area slopes down to the east with a metal rail along the middle.

North Side, Going East

  assistance window
manual gate
automatic gates

East Side, Going South

  billboard
2 large pillars
passage leading south to lift to Jubilee Line

The passage leads south from the concourse .

East Side of Passage, Going South

  billboards
glass case with Roman artefacts
information board, also advertising Museum of London
glass case with remains of Roman pot
billboard
blank door
fire point
wall juts out, west
blank door
rail in front of glass panels
blank wall with rail
slope up
through fire doors
emergency exit to left (east)

South End of Passage

  lift to Jubilee Line

This lift has the call button to your right (west) of the door with an up arrow, this seems strange for a downward-only lift.

West Side of Passage, Going South

  barrier beside escalators
2 pillars
blank door
wall juts out (east)
blank wall
billboard
help point
billboard
old-looking brickwork with arched windows
wall juts out (east)
slope up
through fire doors
blank door
billboard

South Side of Concourse, Going West

  passage to lift, already mentioned
barrier beside escalators to/from Jubilee Line
2 escalators
3rd escalator, separate from the pair, use right-hand one
slope up
help point
billboard
billboard
2 billboards
Tube map
details of Jubilee and Northern lines
top of slope
defibrillator
station control room
Station Supervisorís office
window
2 billboards
blank door
3 escalators to/from the Northern Line, use left-hand one

West Side

  barrier separating exit from entrance area

The Exit Area

East Side

  barrier

South Side

  billboards

West Side

  2 escalators from Northern Line

North Side, Going East

  manual gate
automatic exit gates
2 pillars

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LONDON BRIDGE UNDERGROUND STATION

© 2008, Terry Robinson