Light Rail Station in City of London
Why I go Bank station is the busiest in terms of people passing through—so many people change here. It’s quite complex, a rabbit warren of interchange corridors and connections. Check out the Trav-O-Lator—the first moving walkway in Britain when it was installed in 1960. Ride it when you transfer to the Waterloo & City line.
What to look for There’s an incredible—but easy to miss—sight in one of Bank’s corridors: part of the Greathead Shield that was used to tunnel the Waterloo & City line. Look for a red archway (the rest is buried) and a plaque halfway down the interchange corridor between the Waterloo & City line and the DLR.