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Travelling with bags through London Bridge station? You're not alone. Suitcases and bags are everywhere here since they closed the station lockers when they renovated the station in 2015. There are no self-service lockers in London Bridge or anywhere nearby, and this used to be a serious problem if you needed luggage storage at one of London's busiest stations.
Fortunately, Stasher is here to help you out. We have secure and affordable locations all around London Bridge, many offering 24/7 storage. Finding and booking a place takes less than five minutes and each item you store is fully insured.
London Bridge connects the south-east to the capital. It's also a common stop to or from Gatwick airport. The Jubilee line and the northern line intersect here. If you take a trip up the Shard, you'll be able to look down at the station - it looks like a model train set. London Bridge is a thriving transport hub, but it has also evolved into a destination in its own right in recent years. Borough market is a famously vibrant place to sample the best of London's street food. Take a stroll down the South Bank and soak up views of the Thames. If you do, be sure to store your bags - the last thing you want to do is trek through crowds of people dragging suitcases.
Easy to book online at short notice, and a good price. The location was easy to find, very central and the service in the shop was lovely. Luggage was kept safe and it all felt completely secure so I’d definitely use Stasher again.
London Bridge is the home of the internationally recognised feat of modern architecture: the Shard. Marking it like a meeple on a board game, the Shard is aptly named and resembles a giant shard of glass, its incomplete spiky top adding to its sense of menace.
A trip up the Shard is expensive but worth it for the views - and in fact, you can travel up for free to the 30th-floor bar (although British politeness dictates that you get a drink, which won't be a cheap activity). But it might be worth it. From here you can see about as far across the city as it is ever possible to see - views span from Wembley Stadium in the north (incredibly far!), over to Canary Wharf in the east, and all of the famous central monuments and stations (Waterloo, Charing Cross, St Pauls, the London Eye, the Tower of London) are within eyeshot.