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Liverpool Street is conveniently situated in the heart of the City and within easy reach of uber trendy Spitalfields. The area is primarily known for its excellent transport links, and boasts London Underground connections, a central London railway terminus and bus network links.
Located in the ward of Bishopsgate, Liverpool Street is a bustling commercial area that attracts commuters from all over the UK. It’s therefore not surprising that the railway station is Liverpool Street’s most famous landmark.
As one of the busiest railway stations in London, with an estimated annual count of 63,631,246 entries and exits, Liverpool Street station is the very much at the heart of the local community.
The station opened in 1874 as a replacement for Bishopsgate station, and by 1895 it featured the largest number of platforms on any London railway station. In 1917, during WWI, an air raid on Liverpool Street station resulted in 162 casualties.
In WWII, the station served as the entry point for thousands of child refugees arriving in London as part of a rescue mission. In 1993, the station was damaged in the Bishopsgate bombing, and it was also the scene of a bomb explosion during the 7 July 2005 terrorist attacks in London.
In the surrounding areas around Liverpool Street you will find the second home of the City’s bankers. On Bishopsgate there is the skyscraper Saleforce Tower, offering stunning scenic views across London, from the rooftop restaurants. Old Spitalfield’s Market is an iconic food and shopping destination that also hosts antique stalls on Thursdays.
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