The Elizabeth line station at Bond Street is now open, providing a new convenient travel option for getting to the Royal Society of Medicine.
Hanover Square is the closest exit to the Royal Society of Medicine
The Elizabeth line runs for over 100km through central London from Shenfield and Abbey Wood in the east to Reading and Heathrow in the west, reducing journey times, creating additional capacity and increasing accessibility across London and the South East.
From Sunday 6 November, Elizabeth line trains will stop at Bond Street every three to four minutes at peak times and every five minutes the rest of the day.
The Elizabeth line platform at Bond Street
Named ‘the jewel in the crown of the West End’s transport provision’ by Andy Byford, London's Transport Commissioner, the new Bond Street station has two brand new ticket halls situated on Davies Street and Hanover Square.
The Hanover Square ticket hall is a short distance from the RSM, already served by nearby Oxford Circus and the existing Bond Street stations.
Follow the maps in the station to find the Royal Society of Medicine
The escalator at the Hanover Square entrance is the longest escalator on the Elizabeth line at 60 metres long, and the second longest on the TFL network, just one metre behind the escalators at Angel Underground station.
Read more about the Bond Street Elizabeth line station on the Crossrail website.