Harold Wood Tube Station

Harold Wood Tube Station

Harold Wood station is a railway station in east London, serving the area of Harold Wood in the London Borough of Havering. It’s on the Great Eastern Main Line and is roughly 14 miles from London Liverpool Street station. The station opened in 1868 and is managed by the Elizabeth line today.

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Harold Wood Tube Station

Opening Hours:

  • Mon-Fri: 6:10 AM – 7:40 PM
  • Sat: 6:10 AM – 7:40 PM
  • Sun: 7:10 AM – 6:30 PM

Location: Ticket hall entrance on Gubbins Lane


  • Ticket machines available
  • Tickets purchased online can be collected at the ticket office, ticket machine, or accessible ticket machine
  • Height-adjustable ticket counter and induction loop available

Oyster and Contactless:

  • Oyster cards can be purchased and topped up at ticket machines
  • You can use Oyster or contactless payment at this station


  • Not sold or validated at this station
  • You can travel using contactless payment
  • Staff help: Yes, available at the ticket office and help point.
  • Customer information screens: Yes
  • Departure screens: Yes
  • Announcements: Yes
  • Lost property: Yes
  • CCTV: Yes



Not Available



  • Step-free access to all platforms
  • Accessible ticket machines with lowered counters
  • Induction loop at the ticket office
  • Ramps for boarding trains
  • Accessible toilets
  • Staff assistance is always available
  • Customer help points and meeting point

While the station itself is accessible, there is no designated taxi pick-up/drop-off point. However, seven accessible parking spaces are available.

Map of Harold Wood Tube Station

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