Calls cost 7p per minute, plus network access charges. This website and telephone connection service number is operated by e-Call Connect Ltd and is not affiliated with, or operated by, any organisation listed on this site. A direct number can be obtained from the Gov.UK website at no or lower cost by clicking here. If you do not wish to use this connection service, are disconnected or put on hold, we recommend you call using a direct number which can be found using the link above.
According to details provided to us, Farringdon train station is owner/operated by London Underground, who should be responsible for running of the station. As we are a third party website, please be aware that these details may not be valid.
As a rough guide, if you need to speak to someone about Farringdon station, getting in touch with London Underground customer services may be advisable. You can phone the London Underground contact number through our call connection service on 0843 509 2399. Calls to 0843 numbers can cost up to 7p per minute plus your network access charge.
If you would like to speak to someone at National Rail Enquiries about Farringdon railway station, or about London Underground, you can get in contact with them through our call connection service on 0843 538 5217. Again, calls cost 7p per minute plus your network access charge.
- Contacting Farringdon station online
- Farringdon station postal address and email address
- Contact details for Farringdon station and London Underground
- London Underground customer service opening hours
- Directions to Farringdon station
- Details on Farringdon train station
While we do not have a website for Farringdon , the London Underground website is available at https://tfl.gov.uk/modes/tube/. It is through there you may be able to get further details on Farringdon station, although we have listed the most important contact details below.
As ever with the UK rail network, services are liable to be delayed. In many cases, if your train from Farringdon station is delayed, it would be advisable to get in contact with the operator of your train. In most cases, if your service is travelling through Farringdon, it is likely to be London Underground who you need to get in touch with. You may be eligible for compensation through the Delay Repay scheme. More details, including how to claim, can be found here: https://tfl.gov.uk/corporate/publications-and-reports/refunds
Naturally, there are many people who would like to work at Farringdon station, especially those from Farringdon and surrounding areas. The best way to find out if there are any jobs available is to visit the London Underground website career section at https://tfl.gov.uk/corporate/careers/
To see live departures from Farringdon station, please see our interactive timetable below – provided by traintimes.org.uk. For any further information, consider visiting the London Underground website’s own timetable section here: https://tfl.gov.uk/tube-dlr-overground/status/
If you need to make a complaint about Farringdon station – whether this be about littering, anti-social behaviour, a member of staff, or anything else at all, it may be advisable to get in contact with London Underground via https://tfl.gov.uk/help-and-contact/contact-us-about-tube-and-rail.
If you have lost any property at Farringdon, it could be worth getting in touch with London Underground via our call connection number on 0843 509 2399 (calls cost up to 7p per minute, plus network access charge), or via the lost property section of their website at https://tfl.gov.uk/help-and-contact/lost-property
We have been unable to find the postal address for Farringdon station – however, station owners/operators (OWNER} are available to contact via post at
Great Western Railway, Milford House, 1 Milford Street, Swindon, SN1 1H
You can contact London Underground customer services via email on firstname.lastname@example.org, who should be able to advise on Farringdon station.
Here are all the details you may need to get in contact with Farringdon station owners London Underground. If there is anything missing from this page, please get in touch with us.
|Call Connection Number for London Underground customer services||0843 509 2399
(Calls cost 7p per minute, plus network access charge)
|Call Connection Number for National Rail Enquiries||0843 538 5217
(Calls cost 7p per minute, plus network access charge)
|London Underground Website||https://tfl.gov.uk/modes/tube/|
|London Underground Timetables||https://tfl.gov.uk/tube-dlr-overground/status/|
|London Underground Complaints||https://tfl.gov.uk/help-and-contact/contact-us-about-tube-and-rail|
|Farringdon Lost Property||https://tfl.gov.uk/help-and-contact/lost-property|
|London Underground Delay Repay Compensation||https://tfl.gov.uk/corporate/publications-and-reports/refunds|
|London Underground Facebook||https://en-gb.facebook.com/transportforlondon/|
|London Underground Twitter||https://twitter.com/LDNOverground?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor|
|Online customer service desk for London Underground||https://tfl.gov.uk/help-and-contact/|
|Email for London Undergroundemail@example.com|
|Postal address for London Underground head office||Great Western Railway, Milford House, 1 Milford Street, Swindon, SN1 1H|
If you need to get in contact with London Underground customer services, whether about Farringdon or any other matter, their opening times are listed as:
(08:30-16:00 Monday to Friday except Bank Holidays).
To find out how to get to Farringdon station, visit Google Maps here – or click on our map below.
Here we have different statistics for Farringdon station.
All the information you need about Farringdon station.
|Alpha Code, or TLC||ZFD|
|National Location Code (NLC)||577|
|Strategic Route System (SRS)||Thameslink Routes|
Interested in knowing more about Farringdon station? We have been able to source the following data on trains entering and exiting Farringdon over the past few years. This generally acts as an indication of both how popular Farringdon station is, but also as a key to how many popular routes are along the way. Of course, the higher the number of trains entering and exiting a station, the more it is used. For example, Farringdon was entered and exited 12045560 times in 2017. These stats have been provided by a third party, and have not been collated by ourselves. See our table below for full details.
|Year||Number of trains entering and exiting Farringdon station|
|Entries and Exits from Farringdon in 2017||12045560|
|Entries and Exits from Farringdon in 2016||12185440|
|Entries and Exits from Farringdon in 2015||7007470|
|Entries and Exits from Farringdon in 2014||6454850|
|Entries and Exits from Farringdon in 2013||5040844|
|Entries and Exits from Farringdon in 2012||4942964|
|Entries and Exits from Farringdon in 2011||4632081|
|Entries and Exits from Farringdon in 2010||1492179|
|Entries and Exits from Farringdon in 2009||1173136|
|Entries and Exits from Farringdon in 2008||1704292|
|Entries and Exits from Farringdon in 2007||1636705|
|Entries and Exits from Farringdon in 2006||0|
|Entries and Exits from Farringdon in 2005||0|
Find out more about Farringdon operator London Underground on our central hub for them here: http://www.trainstationlocations.uk/london-underground/