Northolt Station

Northolt is served by two separate stations: Northolt Underground Station on the Central Line and Northolt Park Station on the National Rail network. The Underground station is located in Travelcard Zone 5 and offers access to central London. Northolt Park Station provides Chiltern Railways services to London Marylebone and points beyond.pen_spark.


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Northolt Station (likely referring to Northolt Underground Station) does not have a ticket office. You can buy tickets from ticket machines, which are accessible.

Oyster cards cannot be purchased here, but you can use your Oyster card to pay for travel and top it up at the ticket machine.

This station does not issue smartcards, but you can use your existing smartcard and top it up at the machine.

  • Staff can answer your questions at the help point.
  • There are no customer information screens, but staff are available to assist you.
  • Lost property is handled on weekdays from 12:00 to 20:00.
  • The station has CCTV for security purposes.

Things not available:

  • There are no information booths with set opening hours.
  • Luggage storage is not offered.

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Northolt Station offers limited bicycle storage with 12 spaces on stands near the platforms. These stands are not sheltered and there is no CCTV monitoring the area.

If you cycle to Northolt Station:

  • Be prepared to lock your bike securely.
  • There are no bicycle hire facilities available at the station.
  • Consider alternative options for storing your bike if you need a sheltered or monitored location.
  • Payphones: Limited availability in Rawalpindi.
  • Public Wi-Fi: Available at many cafes, restaurants, etc. (e.g., Gloria Jeans, Coffee Planet, Coffee Republic, KFC, McDonald’s).
  • No luck finding waiting rooms in the area.
  • Public seating seems limited as well.
  • Toilets: No
  • Accessible Toilets: No
  • Baby Changing: No
  • Getting around the station: There is some step-free access to platforms, but you may need to check for details as there might be ramps or lifts with limitations.
  • Using the station facilities:
    • Ticketing: There are accessible ticket machines available every day.
    • Toilets, waiting rooms, seating: Unfortunately, none of these are accessible.
    • Wheelchairs: The station does not have wheelchairs available for loan.
  • Getting to and from the station: Accessible taxis are available nearby, but there is no designated pick-up/drop-off point for people with impaired mobility.
  • Help:
    • Staff assistance is available during station hours.
    • There is a customer help point and a meeting point for assistance.
    • A helpline is available from 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM daily.
  • The nearest fully accessible station: is London Marylebone

If you require a fully accessible station, consider using London Marylebone instead.

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