Bethnal Green Station

There are two stations in London named Bethnal Green. One is on the London Underground’s Central line and the other is on the London Overground’s Lea Valley lines. The Overground station, located in the southern part of Bethnal Green, is a junction for three different Overground services. While not as famous as its Underground counterpart, the Overground station has some historical significance and is within walking distance of interesting sites like the Museum of Childhood and Victoria Park.

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Bethnal Green station does not have a ticket office, but you can buy tickets from their ticket machines. The machines are accessible and have an induction loop for accessibility purposes.

Oyster cards cannot be purchased here, but you can use your Oyster card (pay as you go) at the station and top it up at the ticket machines.

The station does not accept any kind of smart cards for travel.

Here’s a summary of the information available at Bethnal Green station:

  • Staffed information point: They can answer your questions.
  • Customer information screens: These will show announcements, arrival times, and other helpful information.
  • Opening hours for information services: Monday to Friday (5:03 AM to 00:55 AM), Saturday (5:03 AM to 00:55 AM), Sunday (6:47 AM to 00:55 AM).
  • Help points: Staff are available to assist you.
  • Customer service phone number: 0343 222 1234 (charges may apply).

Things not available at the station:

  • Luggage storage
  • Lost property office

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There are no bicycle storage options at Bethnal Green station. This means you cannot park your bike there securely, as there are no sheltered areas or CCTV cameras for monitoring. Additionally, the station doesn’t have a bicycle rental service.

Bethnal Green station offers the following conveniences:

  • Payphones: If you need to make a call, you can use a payphone at the station.
  • Public Wi-Fi: Stay connected while you wait for your train by using the station’s public Wi-Fi.

Topic: Waiting room seating areas

Purpose: Provide comfortable seating for visitors while they wait.

No accessible toilets

No baby-changing facilities

  • Step-free access: No
  • Ticket machines: Accessible – Yes
  • Hearing loop: Available – Yes
  • Restrooms: Not accessible
  • Waiting rooms: Not available
  • Seating: Available – Yes
  • Wheelchair availability: Yes
  • Accessible transportation: No taxis or designated pick-up/drop-off points at this station
  • Staff assistance: Available
  • Help points and meeting points: Available
  • Helpline: Available Monday-Sunday 8:00 AM-8:00 PM
  • The nearest accessible station: is London Liverpool Street

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