Getting caught short while on the Tube has to be every Londoner’s worst nightmare.
You’re stuck between stations while you’re underground and you need to go to the toilet.
It is a horrible experience.
It’s dark, it’s hot and to top it all off, you’re not even sure if the next station even has the right facilities or not
Well, fear no more Get West London , because we’ve trawled the maps and checked the stops to put together a round-up of which stations have toilets.
So check this out to ensure that you never get stuck in this situation again.
North of the river
South of the river
What do the symbols mean?
If the toilet sign is in red, it means the facilities are inside the ticket gateline, while if they are in black they are outside the ticket gateline.
And if there is an asterisk next to a station name it means a fee is charged to use the facilities.
A male and female symbol mean - well you guess it, those are male and female toilets.
The symbol of the person changing the nappy represents baby changing facilities and the image of the wheelchair mean those are accessible toilets.
Head over to the Transport for London website where you can explore the map in greater detail.
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