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Charliesdad | 22:35 Sun 16th Jun 2024 | Travel
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Hi, when leaving Wembley stadium there's always a crush for the tube. Is there a nearby alternative to get to Liverpool St so we dont miss our last train



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Wembley Stadium is served by THREE stations.  Since you've not told us which one you normally use, I'll try to cover all of the options:

The nearest station is Wembley Stadium Station.  It's not an Underground station but a mainline one, with typically three trains an hour into Marylebone in the late evening.  From there, you'd need to take a Bakerloo Line to Baker Street and then a Metropolitan Line (or Circle Line) train to Liverpool Street.

Wembley Park and Wembley Central Underground stations are roughly equidistant from the stadium, with Wembley Park being the more obvious choice to get to Liverpool Street, as the Metropolitan Line takes you straight there.  (If, for some reason, Metropolitan Line services were unavailable at Wembley Park, or simply too crowded, you could take the Jubilee Line to Baker Street and then use the Circle Line/Metropolitan Line to Liverpool Street).

From Wembley Central, you'd need to take the Bakerloo Line to Baker Street and then the Metropolitan Line (or Circle Line) to Liverpool Street.

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Thank you Buenchico. I wasn't sure which one we have used in the past. We live 130 miles away. Our last train is 11.30pm. Last time we were there, it was a long delay going under something and then up a big flight of stairs and then a crush on the platform.

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