What zone is Blackhorse Road in?
It is in Travelcard Zone 3 and is the least-used station on the Victoria line, with 6.44 million passengers per year. It is the closest railway station to Walthamstow Wetlands. Ticket barriers control access to all platforms.
Why is Blackhorse Road called Blackhorse Road?
Blackhorse Road The road after which the station is named is a corruption of Black House Lane, referring to the local mansion house.
Why is Blackhorse Road station closed?
Blackhorse Road Underground station closes ‘due to lack of staff’ | East London and West Essex Guardian Series.
Which zone is Walthamstow?
Walthamstow Central station
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What Tube line is Blackhorse Road?
the Victoria line
It is on the Victoria line of the London Underground and is the penultimate station on the eastern end of that line.
What zone is seven sisters in?
About. Seven Sisters Station is in Zone 3 and connects to both London Underground and Overground lines.
Does Blackhorse Road have a lift?
Transport for London (TfL) has still not installed on-platform signage to the lifts at Blackhorse Road Station, months after they started operating. As a result, people struggle up the stairs with buggies, luggage etc, because they don’t realise there are lifts further along the platform.
What zone is Hackney in?
Hackney Central station is on the North London Line within Zone 2, in the London Borough of Hackney.
Is Walthamstow in London or Essex?
We can officially confirm that Walthamstow is in London, not Essex. This is because it falls within the boundary of the London Borough of Waltham Forest. The borough is in East and North London, and is bordered by the boroughs of Enfield, Haringey, Hackney, Redbridge and Newham as well as the county of Essex above it.
What zone is Tottenham Hale?
The station is in Travelcard Zone 3.
What zone is South Tottenham?
It is in Zone 3, in the London Borough of Haringey. South Tottenham to Seven Sisters station (on the western, Seven Sisters Branch of the Lea Valley Lines and on the London Underground Victoria line) is considered an official out-of-station interchange by the National Rail timetable, and involves a short walk.