People tend to check in during these times:
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All trains run to London Bridge if you need to make a connection there.
Great place to catch trains!
I hate London bridge that's why I go here
So much easier to use during the rush-hour than London Bridge and the staff are actually helpful!
Sometimes a great place to stand around on the platform.
Its easier to start your journey from here rather than London Bridge! Especially at peak time!
Quickest way into the city from Greenwich!
If you can avoid London Bridge or Charing Cross, this should be your No. 1 choice, not overrun, and you're likely to get a seat even ...
Very helpful staff
Passengers going through this station always ask stupid questions
Better than London bridge!
Very helpful Gateline staff here
If you remember one number for your train journey, make it 61016. You can text us to tell us about non-emergencies on a train or at a station (in emergencies dial 999).
The toilets in the station are decent and free.
Great enhancement to the station along with the tube!
Yay, Nero coffee/snack place is open again, 2 - 1 on each side of the station
Crazy busy in rush hour, totally empty at all other times.
Cool building above it.
Cigarette prices in Relay aren't overinflated unlike Charing Cross. Pay cash or contactless if you can, card reader takes ages!
Set inconspicuously behind a grill in the wall of 111 Cannon Street, once the site of St Swithun’s Church, is a block of pale limestone known as the LONDON STONE.
Catching a train here just to swap at London Bridge Station...? Walk the extra 5min across London Bridge and get some fresh air you lazy sod.
Station closed at 9 p.m.
Make sure you have your ticket before you travel
If you are travelling on a weekday evening outside rush hour you may need to give yourself a little extra time as you often can only travel in the first 4-6 coaches.
Trains are always late!