Underground and bus connections
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Great Northern trains connect with London Underground at:
- Finsbury Park: Piccadilly and Victoria lines
- Highbury and Islington: Victoria line
- London Kings Cross: Victoria, Piccadilly, Northern, Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City lines
- Moorgate: Northern, Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City lines
- Old Street: Northern line
Thameslink trains connect with London Underground at:
- Elephant & Castle: Northern and Bakerloo lines
- Farringdon: Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City lines
- Kentish Town: Northern line
- London Blackfriars: Circle and District lines
- London Bridge: Jubilee and Northern lines
- London St. Pancras International (Kings Cross: Victoria, Piccadilly, Northern, Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City lines. St Pancras is a 5 minute walk to Kings Cross connections)
- West Hampstead Thameslink: Jubilee line
- Wimbledon: District line
Thameslink services also connect with London Tramlink at Wimbledon and Mitcham Junction.
Continuing your journey by bus
Most of our stations in the London area have good connections with Transport for London bus services. Visit www.tfl.gov.uk/buses for more information.
Local bus services outside of London also provide a frequent and convenient way of travelling to and from most of our rail stations.
Line2line is a regular bus service linking the Great Northern and Thameslink routes between Hatfield and St Albans City, so you don't need to go into London to travel the six miles between the stations.
Changing onto the bus is easy. One ticket takes you from train to bus and back to train. The buses leave from outside each station and the journey takes just 22 minutes.
Buy a ticket between any Great Northern and Thameslink route stations shown on the map and you can take the bus to travel between St Albans and Hatfield as part of the same ticket. Child, Railcard and GroupSave discounts also apply.
Please note that you can't buy a line2line ticket just between St Albans and Hatfield. Your journey must begin and/or end with a train journey.
There are up to five buses an hour linking the stations in each direction between 7am and 6pm on Mondays to Saturdays, with fewer in the evenings and on Sundays.
Shuttle bus at Luton Airport Parkway
Fast, frequent shuttle buses run from the station to the airport terminal, taking just 10 minutes. Buses depart for the return trip from Bay 1 outside the terminal building. You can buy a ticket direct to Luton Airport which includes the use of the shuttle bus.
Through ticketing with local buses
You can use Transport for London buses throughout the London zones with the appropriate Travelcard or with an Oyster card.
Outside of London tickets are available to combine rail and bus travel. PlusBus is available at many of our stations allowing unlimited bus travel around town for as little as £2 a day.