London Charing Cross Train Station

London Charing Cross Train Station

The London Charing Cross Train Station is quite unique in that this London station is connected to the Waterloo and the London Bridge stations.The London Charing Cross station was built in 1864 and was named for the 12 stone monuments of the Eleanor Crosses.

  • Address: The Strand, London WC2N 5HF
  • View location on map: Google map

Transportation from the Charing Cross Train Station

To the Gatwick airport:

To the Heathrow airport:

To other railway stations from the London Charing Cross Train Station:

  • Bus: Strand stop
  • Underground: Bakerloo and Northern lines

We recommend getting a London Travel Card or Visitor Oyster Card to travel around London.

Trains using this station:

  • Southeastern Trains

Cities commonly traveled to from this station:


Telephone access:

  • Telephone stands
  • Location: main concourse
  • Codes
    International Code: 011
    Country Code: 44
    City Code: (0)20



  • Fully accessible with wheelchairs available for mobility assistance.
    Station staff available to assist during opening hours.
Tourism office:
  • Hours: Monday - Saturday 7:00am to 9:00pm
    Location: concourse

Baggage consignment:

  • Hours: 7:00am - 11:00pm
    Location: station entrance

Lost and found:

  • Excess Baggage
    Hours: 7:00am to 11:00pm


  • Hours: 4:30am - 12:50am
    Location: main concourse

Places to eat near in the station:

  • AMT
  • Burger King
  • Boadicea Pub
  • Bonapartes
  • Costa Coffee
  • Daily Bread
  • Delice de France
  • Fruit Stall
  • Pastry Shop
  • Upper Crust
  • Whistlestop

Currency exchange:

  • Bureau de Change
    Location: main concourse