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The station, in London, with most escalators is Waterloo.
Waterloo has 23 escalators plus two conveyors. During the three-hour morning peak, 49,000 people on average enter the station.  More »
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Charing Cross is part of a public subway, and not the National Rail station of the ... Tube Stations that have no escalators and use lifts to get down to the platforms ... area that take you up to the National Rail concourse, that's 3 more - a total of 23. ... London Bridge also has 17, the majority of these being for the Jubilee Line.
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The Tube has been an integral part of London's history for 150 years. But do you know ... Annual train km travelled ... Station with most escalators, Waterloo - 23.