London Bridge is a central London railway terminus and connected London Underground station in Southwark, south-east London. It occupies a large area on three levels immediately south-east of London Bridge, from which it takes its name. The main line station is the oldest railway station in London fare zone 1 and one of the oldest in the world having opened in 1836. It is one of two main line termini in London to the south of the River Thames and is the fourth-busiest station in London, handling over 50 million customers a year.
The station was originally opened by the London and Greenwich Railway as a local service. It subsequently served the London and Croydon Railway, the London and Brighton Railway and the South Eastern Railway, thus becoming an important London terminus. It was rebuilt in 1849 and again in 1864 to provide more services and increase capacity.
The ticket office is located on the lower concourse:
Monday to Saturday 04:45 am – 01:00 am.
Sunday 05:25 am to Monday 01:00 am.
Address Weston Street, Camberwell SE1 3QD, United Kingdom
Coordinates 51°30'14.605" N -0°5'4.773" E