People tend to check in during these times:
Check map before you exit. Really easy to misstake it.
Nice redesign of the mezzanine and the entries to the station that make it more pleasant
Always crowded. And dnt wry, always will go to the wrong exit.
You can find the right exits if you follow the signs on the walls.
Do stop with no wsrnibg half-way up the ramp to try and light a fag (whilst the wind's blowibg down)
Take Exit 1 and walk up the stairs for Premier Inn London City (Old Street). The hotel is just past the 'Three Crowns' Pub!
Exit 3 for Shell Garage, and the pubs beyond.
A short walk from the British Youth Council offices. Leave via exit 8 and go straight to East Street.
Avoid taking tube here at peak times!
Rotates underground 90 degrees at random intervals so that you can never find the right exit
The soup place is called Nincomsoup LOL !
Interesting hot soup place under the subways
Camden Lock Bookshop. Worth a visit in itself.
Mobile unlocking services, florists, barber, food outlets, gift shop, ATM, off licence, station needs refurbishing, homeless people are on shifts at every exit :)
Don't jump on the tracks
Great bookshop down here and opposite the shoe menders is a snack bar that does brilliant bacon rolls. The other snack bar down here (Lenny's) is not so good.
the cash machine here doesn't charge unlike 99.99% of the others in the area.
going to see a gig tonight.
Shoes repair in here near Exits 3, 4.
If the cash machine here is out of order, just walk a tiny way up City Road there is a Barclays on the left with free withdrawals. While you're there you might as well pop in 'The Eagle' for a pint.
At 2326 the driver re-opened the doors for me! Thanks
cash machine in the station