Hanwell Tube Station

Hanwell station is a railway station located in the London Borough of Ealing, serving the town of Hanwell. It’s about 7 miles out from London Paddington station. The station has a rich history, dating back to the opening of the Great Western Railway in 1838, though the station itself wasn’t opened until December of that year. Today, Hanwell is on the Elizabeth line, offering service to locations like Heathrow Airport and central London.

  • Ticket office: Open Monday through Friday (5:40 am-12:20 pm) and Saturday (6:30am-1pm), closed Sundays. Located at the station entrance on Campbell Road.
  • Ticket machines: These are available to buy tickets and collect tickets purchased online.
  • Accessibility: Accessible ticket machines with a height-adjustable counter are available. Staff can assist during ticket office hours.
  • Oyster cards: You can purchase and top up Oyster cards at the ticket machine. Oyster and contactless payments are accepted for travel.
  • Smartcards: The station doesn’t issue smartcards or validate smartcard tickets, but contactless payments are accepted.
  • Staff can assist at the help point and ticket office.
  • Information is available on departure screens, customer information screens, and announcements.
  • A customer help point is available at the station.

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This station is accessible to people with disabilities. There is step-free access to the platforms, an accessible ticket machine with a height-adjustable counter, an induction loop, a ramp for train access, an accessible toilet, waiting rooms, a seating area, and staff help available. There are no accessible taxis available at the station, and no impaired mobility set down/pick-up point.

Map of Hanwell Tube Station

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