Seven Kings Tube Station

Seven Kings Station is a railway station in the London Borough of Redbridge, serving the district of Seven Kings. Opened in 1899, it is on the Great Eastern Main Line [Wikipedia Seven Kings railway station]. The Elizabeth line currently manages it, offering service between Shenfield and Heathrow Terminal 5. The station is in Travelcard Zone 4 and offers step-free access for those with accessibility needs.

  • Ticket office: Open weekdays 6:10 am-7:40 pm, Saturday 6:10 am-7:00 pm, Sunday 8:10 am-3:40 pm. Serves Zone 4.
  • Ticket purchase options: Ticket machines (including accessible machines) and ticket office.
  • Ticket collection: Tickets bought online can be collected at the ticket office or machine.
  • Oyster card: You can buy and top up Oyster cards here (except for card purchases at machines only). You can also use Oyster or contactless payment for travel.
  • Smartcards: This station does not issue or use smartcards. However, contactless payment is available.
  • Staff Help: Get assistance from staff at the help point, ticket office, or by announcements.
  • Information Screens: Check departure boards and customer information screens for travel updates.
  • Lost Property: If you lose something at the station, report it to the lost property office.

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This station is accessible to people with disabilities. There is step-free access to the platforms, accessible ticket machines, a height-adjusted ticket office counter, an induction loop, a ramp for train access, and accessible toilets. There is also a seating area, and staff help is available. However, there is no waiting room and no accessible taxis available at the station.

Map of Seven Kings Tube Station

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