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Bermondsey ⇄ Farringdon Station | Tube Journey, Train Times & Fares

The journey from Bermondsey to Farringdon is in fare zones 1&2 and you’ll have to use the Jubilee, Northern and Metropolitan tube lines, changing trains at London Bridge and Moorgate

  1. From Bermondsey take the Jubilee Line
  2. Change at London Bridge to the Northern Line
  3. Change at Moorgate to the Metropolitan Line
  4. Leave the train at Farringdon

Number of tube stops: 5 · Journey time: Approx 33 mins

Stations on the route: Bermondsey ➜ London Bridge [change train] London Bridge ➜ Bank ➜ Moorgate [change train] Moorgate ➜ Barbican ➜ Farringdon

London Underground tube delays

Strikes and closures on the Jubilee, Northern and Metropolitan

First and last train times on the Jubilee line

Tube times for the Jubilee line

Alternative routes include Bermondsey to Barbican, Bermondsey to Chancery Lane and Bermondsey to St Pauls

Stairs, lifts and escalators to the station platforms

Bermondsey train station is wheelchair accessible, and has step-free access from the street to the train

The Elizabeth line at Farringdon station is wheelchair accessible, and has step-free access from the street to the train. The Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan lines only have step-free access from the street to the platform, and there may be a step up or gap to the train.

Bermondsey station entrance – There’s a lift between the entrance and the platforms. If you want to avoid the lift then you can use an escalator and a flight of stairs (12 stairs down)

Changing tube line at London Bridge – You must use a lift plus escalator when changing between the Jubilee/​Northern line platforms via the Northern line ticket hall. You can avoid the escalator by using a lift and walking 410 metres outside in the street

Changing tube line at Moorgate – You must use an escalator when changing between the Circle/​Metropolitan/​H&C eastbound platforms and the Northern line. You must use stairs for all other platform changes

Farringdon station exit – There’s a lift between the platforms and the exit. If you want to avoid the lift then you can use two flights of stairs (16 steps up +12 steps up)

The journey from Farringdon to Bermondsey is in fare zones 1&2 and you’ll have to use the Hammersmith & City, Northern and Jubilee tube lines, changing trains at Moorgate and

  1. From Farringdon take the Hammersmith & City Line
  2. Change at Moorgate to the Northern Line
  3. Change at London Bridge to the Jubilee Line
  4. Leave the train at Bermondsey

Number of tube stops: 5 · Journey time: Approx 31 mins

Stations on the route: Farringdon ➜ Barbican ➜ Moorgate [change train] Moorgate ➜ Bank ➜ London Bridge [change train] London Bridge ➜ Bermondsey

London Underground tube delays

Strikes and closures on the H&C, Northern and Jubilee

First and last train times on the Hammersmith & City line

Tube times for the Hammersmith & City line

Alternative routes include Farringdon to Barbican, Farringdon to Chancery Lane and Farringdon to St Pauls

Stairs, lifts and escalators to the station platforms

The Elizabeth line at Farringdon train station is wheelchair accessible, and has step-free access from the street to the train. The Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan lines only have step-free access from the street to the platform, and there may be a step up or gap to the train.

Bermondsey station is wheelchair accessible, and has step-free access from the street to the train

Farringdon station entrance – There’s a lift between the entrance and the platforms. If you want to avoid the lift then you can use two flights of stairs (12 steps down +16 steps down)

Changing tube line at Moorgate – You must use an escalator when changing between the Circle/​Metropolitan/​H&C eastbound platforms and the Northern line. You must use stairs for all other platform changes

Changing tube line at London Bridge – You must use a lift plus escalator when changing between the Jubilee/​Northern line platforms via the Northern line ticket hall. You can avoid the escalator by using a lift and walking 410 metres outside in the street

Bermondsey station exit – There’s a lift between the platforms and the exit. If you want to avoid the lift then you can use a flight of stairs and an escalator (12 stairs up)

Tube fare between Bermondsey and Farringdon

This tube journey is in Oyster zones 1-2. The cheapest fare is £2.80 off-peak (£3.40 peak) when you pay by Oyster or contactless. There’s no return fare, you just pay the same as two single tickets

Cost of tube fare from Bermondsey ⇄ Farringdon Station | Tube Journey, Train Times & Fares
Fare zone Cash Oyster & Contactless cards
Single fare Single fare Daily cap
Peak Off-peak Peak Off-peak
Zone 1-2 fare £6.70 £3.40 £2.80 £8.50 £8.50
Travelcard prices from Bermondsey ⇄ Farringdon Station | Tube Journey, Train Times & Fares
Fare Zone Travelcards (Train, Bus & Tram)
One day travel­card Week travel­card Month travel­card
Anytime Off-peak
Zone 1-2 travelcard n/a n/a £42.70 £164
Zone 1-4 travelcard £15.90 n/a £61.40 £235.80
Zone 1-6 travelcard £22.60 £15.90 £78 £299
Zone 1-9 travelcard £28.50 £17 £111.30 £427.40
See our complete list of Adult prices, Senior prices, Child prices, Oyster prices, Contactless prices and Travelcard prices
Note: Tube journey prices are correct as of

Peak and off-peak journey times

For Oyster and contactless off-peak is outside the hours of 6.30 AM-9.30 AM and 4 PM-7 PM (Mon-Fri). For travelcards it’s any time after 9.30 AM (Mon-Fri). Weekends are always classed as off-peak. Note: Between the 8th March and 31st May 2024 TFL are running a trial called ‘Off-Peak Friday Fares’, where Fridays will be classed as off-peak all day.

The fare is based on what time your journey begins. It doesn’t matter what time your journey ends.