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Below this is a deep-level tube station for the Bakerloo and Jubilee lines. These are arranged in a cross-platform interchange layout  and there are connections between the two lines just to the north of the station.
Access to the Bakerloo and Jubilee lines is only via escalators. With ten platforms overall, Baker Street has the most London Underground platforms of any station on the network.
Plaques of the Metropolitan Railways coat of arms along the platform and old plans and photographs depict the station which has changed remarkably little in over a hundred and fifty years.
The Metropolitan lines platforms one to four were largely the result of the stations rebuild in the s to cater for the increase in traffic on its outer suburban routes.
Today the basic layout remains the same with platforms two and three being through tracks for City services to Aldgate from Amersham, Chesham and Uxbridge flanked by terminal platforms one and four which are the domain of services to and from Watford.
All Metropolitan line platforms can function as terminating tracks however under normal circumstance only dead ended platforms one and four are used as such.
The contraction of the name to "Bakerloo" rapidly caught on, and the official name was changed to match in July By the mids, the Metropolitan line was suffering from congestion caused by the limited capacity of its tracks between Baker Street and Finchley Road stations.
The branch remained part of the Bakerloo line until 1 May , when similar congestion problems for the Bakerloo line caused by the two branches converging at Baker Street led to the opening of the Jubilee line , initially created by connecting the Stanmore branch to new tunnels bored between Baker Street and Charing Cross.
Following refurbishment in the s the original tiling scheme was replaced with tiles depicting the silhouette of Sherlock Holmes who lived at B, Baker Street.
Jubilee line trains use platforms seven and ten, which opened in when the newly built Jubilee line took over existing Bakerloo line services to Stanmore running through new tunnels from Baker Street to Charing Cross to serve as a relief line to the Bakerloo which by now was suffering from capacity issues.
In the Jubilee line was extended from Green Park to Stratford and made the Jubilee line platforms at Charing Cross redundant after twenty years The design of the Jubilee line platforms at Baker Street has changed little since being opened with illustrations depicting famous scenes from Sherlock Holmes cases.
In TfL proposed a project to provide step-free access to the sub-surface platforms. The project was a TfL-funded Games-enabling project in its investment programme and not a project specifically funded as a result of the success of the London Games bid.
Access to the Metropolitan line platforms 1—4 serving trains to and from Finchley Road would be provided by a bridge from the Bakerloo and Jubilee line ticket hall, with a lift from the bridge to each island platform.
The replacement for the triangular building would also act as an emergency exit for the station. TfL applied for planning permission and listed building consent for providing access to platforms 5 and 6 on 1 October , but the application was subsequently withdrawn.
In order to accommodate the new, longer S stock trains, which started operating Metropolitan line services in August , platforms 1 and 4 have been extended.
Instead selective door operation is employed. The typical service pattern in trains per hour tph operated during off-peak hours is: The typical off-peak service in trains per hour tph is: The typical service in trains per hour tph is: The Metropolitan line is the only line to operate an express service although currently this is only Southbound in the morning peaks and Northbound in the evening peaks.
In the evening peaks Fast and Semi-fast services call additionally at Wembley Park. The off-peak service in trains per hour tph is: The station is served by London Bus routes 2 , 13 , 18 , 27 , 30 , 74 , , , , , and ,  and also by night routes N18 , N74 , N and N The excavation of Baker Street for the Underground can be seen in a scene of the film Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows , set in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
By this had doubled. Jackson , p. When the UERL was formed in April , 50 per cent of the tunnelling and 25 per cent of the station work was completed.
Retrieved 28 August London Underground station passenger usage data. Retrieved 22 July National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 6 May En uge senere, den Af de oprindelige MR-stationer er Circle og Hammersmith and City lines udgravede perroner de bedst bevarede.
Mindetavler omkring perronerne viser gamle planer og fotografier af stationen. Stationslayoutet er ret komplekst.
Nedenunder denne er der en dybtliggende station til Bakerloo og Jubilee lines. Perronerne her ligger som cross-platform interchange , og der er forbindelse mellem de to linjer lige nord for stationen.
Med i alt 10 perronspor er Baker Street den London Underground -station med flest perronspor. Udenfor Marylebone Road-udgangene er der opstillet en stor statue af Sherlock Holmes , for at hylde den fiktive detektivs tilknytning med B Baker Street.