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Crouch Hill railway station

Crouch Hill
Crouch Hill is located in Greater London
Crouch Hill
Location of Crouch Hill in Greater London
Location Stroud Green
Local authority London Borough of Islington
Managed by London Overground
Owner Network Rail
Station code CRH[1]
DfT category E
Number of platforms 2
Fare zone 3
National Rail annual entry and exit
2008–09 0.190 million[2]
2009–10 0.172 million[2]
2010–11 0.321 million[2]
2011–12 0.498 million[2]
2012–13 0.636 million[2]
2013–14 0.789 million[2]
Key dates
1868 Opened
Other information
Lists of stations
External links
  • [1] Departures
  • [1]/stationOverview.xhtml Layout
  • [1]/details.html Facilities
  • [1].pdf Buses
London Transport portal
UK Railways portal

Crouch Hill railway station is a London Overground station on Crouch Hill between Stroud Green and Crouch End in the London Borough of Islington, north London. It is on the Gospel Oak to Barking line between Upper Holloway and Harringay Green Lanes.

The National Location Code (NLC) for this station is 7406.[1]

Contents

  • Design 1
  • Services 2
  • Connections 3
  • Awards 4
  • See also 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7

Design

Crouch Hill station in 1984

The station has two platforms, one for each direction. Platform 1 is for trains toward Gospel Oak and platform 2 is for trains toward Barking. This station does not have a ticket office except for the security office which is not officially part of the station but is on its premises. However, staff are usually present on the platforms.

This station has two ticket and two Oyster card machines; one for each platform as well as two waiting rooms. This station has a shelter on each platform. The platforms are only reachable by stairs. There are no current plans to introduce lift access.

The station was briefly equipped with APTIS ticketing equipment in 1988/89.

Services

Since January 2010, trains run every 15 minutes in each direction, towards either Gospel Oak or Barking throughout the day. All trains from the station are operated by London Overground. The typical off-peak service in trains per hour (tph) is:

  • 4 tph westbound to Gospel Oak[3]
  • 4 tph eastbound to Barking[3]

Connections

Whilst the station has no direct interchange to a tube station, Finsbury Park station is a fifteen-minute walk away along Stroud Green Road. Archway tube station is also a fifteen-minute walk away. There is also a direct bus link - London Buses route W7.[4]

London Bus routes 210;[5] W3 and W7[4] serve the station.

Awards

Crouch Hill Station was named as London Overground station of the year at the shining stars awards early in 2013 for Dashboard scores through 2012.

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f National Railway Stations (Sorted by Three Letter Code)
  2. ^ a b c d e f "Station usage estimates". Rail statistics.   Please note: Some methodology may vary year on year.
  3. ^ a b Gospel Oak to Barking timetable
  4. ^ a b Crouch Hill Rail Station - Bus
  5. ^ Crouch Hill Station/Hanley Road - Bus

External links

  • Train times and station information for Crouch Hill railway station from National Rail
Preceding station   London Overground   Following station
towards Gospel Oak
Gospel Oak to Barking Line
towards Barking
  Disused Railways  
Hornsey Road   Tottenham & Hampstead Junction Railway   Harringay Green Lanes
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