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BankUndergound—deep tube29th July 19912 one arrival, one departure

Bank DLR is part of the London Underground station, which also serves the Northern, Central and Waterloo & City lines. Access is via the London Underground ticket hall, which has numerous street entrances—there is also a subterranean link to Monument station on the District and Circle lines.

The station is in deep tube tunnel, and the DLR part consists of two platforms, one for arrivals and one for departures, connected to a foot tunnel which runs between the two. On leaving the arrivals platform, trains reverse using a single track headshunt in a blind tunnel which extends under Princes Street.

Bank station is named for The Bank of England, which is sited on Threadneedle Street.



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Services from this stop:

Lewisham via Canary Wharf †
King George V
† alternate trains Saturday and Sunday daytime terminate at Canary Wharf
two trains per day Monday–Friday run to Beckton  


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