Earl's Court Station
Earl's Court station in 1896.
|Kensington Olympia||Earl's Court|
|West Kensington||High Street Kensington||Edgware Road|
|[Wimbledon]?||West Brompton||Gloucester Road||east|
|Piccadilly Line||west||Baron's Court||Gloucester Road||east|
To get to the Piccadilly Line platforms you need to go along the District Line ones and down some stairs and along a bit.
Kake thinks Earl's Court station is a horrific stew of crowding people, and won't go there except on weekdays outside rush hour. (My revised opinion — it's OK if you're getting the Piccadilly Line; it's the District Line platforms that get horrid.)
Earl's Court was also one of the first stations to have [escalators]?.
One useful tip to remember is that Earl's Court Station sits between two major roads (Warwick Road and Earl's Court Road) - and that the Earl's Court Exhibition Centre is not on Earl's Court Road - but the other exit.
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