Maryland Tube Station

Maryland Station is a railway station in the London Borough of Newham, England. It is on the Great Eastern Main Line and serves the Maryland area. The station opened in 1873 and was originally called Maryland Point. Today, it’s a stop on the Elizabeth line.

Ticket Office:

  • Open weekdays only (closed Sundays)
  • Weekday hours: 6:10 AM – 1:15 PM
  • Saturday hours: 6:40 AM – 1:45 PM
  • Offers accessible counters, induction loop for hearing assistance

Ticket Purchases:

  • Can be bought at the ticket office during opening hours
  • Ticket machines are available 24/7 (including accessible machines)

Ticket Collection:

  • Tickets purchased online can be collected at the ticket office or machines

Oyster Cards:

  • Can be purchased and topped up at the ticket machines
  • You can use Oyster cards or contactless payments at the station


  • This station does not sell smartcards or validate smartcard tickets
  • You can still travel using contactless payment options
  • Staff can be found at the help point and ticket office and are available to assist you.
  • Customer information screens, departure screens, and announcements provide travel updates.




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Stratford Station is very accessible for people with disabilities. There is step-free access to all platforms, accessible ticket machines, a height-adjustable ticket office counter, an induction loop system for hearing aids, ramps for boarding trains, and accessible toilets. Staff are available to help with any questions or assistance you may need. The station does not have a waiting room, but there is a seating area. Wheelchairs are available to borrow if needed. There are no accessible taxis available at the station itself, but there is a customer help point where you can request assistance.

Map of Maryland Tube Station

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