Hammersmith (Underground)

First (proper) stop on the trip around the Circle Line, and it was the end of the branch that broke the circle: Hammersmith. Quite why it was decided to run additional trains down to Hammersmith along the same tracks as the Hammersmith & City Line is anybody’s guess. Probably something to do with capacity or something. More trains = Good! Or something like that. What’s made things even more fun is the station is actually 2 stations separated by a road. The Piccadilly and District Lines are through platforms on one side of the road, whereas the Circle and Hammersmith & City Lines are terminus platforms on the other. Of course, this then started the debate between myself and Echo if we needed to get both stations and tag them separately or just get one photo and post to cover them both. We compromised with having both photos but, since TFL treat the stations as one, I would put them both on one blog post and map marker. I liked this idea most, because less work for me. We had to go through both stations anyway since we were coming from the Piccadilly Line and going to the Circle Line so getting both stations photographed seemed the most sensible. So the post’s photo is the Circle Line one, as this was the mission for the day, whereas the below pic is from the Piccadilly Line platforms.

Condor takes 5 on the Piccadilly/District platforms of Hammersmith (Underground) station.

Other pups to visit this station:

Echo tries to look cute on the Piccadilly/District platforms of Hammersmith (Underground) station.

The ground is cold, as Echo found out while posing on the Circle/Hammersmith & City platforms of Hammersmith (Underground) station.