West Drayton Tube Station

West Drayton station is a railway station in West Drayton and Yiewsley, London. It’s currently managed by the Elizabeth Line, which means it offers easy access to central London and other destinations served by the line. The station is fully accessible and offers amenities like waiting rooms and toilets for passengers.

Ticket purchase:

  • Tickets can be purchased at the ticket office during opening hours.
  • Tickets can also be purchased at the ticket machines.
  • Oyster cards can be purchased at the ticket office or ticket machines.
  • Contactless payment is available.

Ticket collection:

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

Accessibility:

  • There is a height-adjusted ticket office counter.
  • There are accessible ticket machines with an induction loop.

Other:

  • The station does not sell or issue smartcards.
  • However, travel with contactless payment is possible.
  • Staff can be reached for assistance at the help point and ticket office.
  • Information is also available on customer information screens, departure screens, and announcements.
  • The station has a customer help point.

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  • Step-free access is available to all platforms.
  • There are accessible ticket machines, a height-adjustable ticket counter, an induction loop system for hearing assistance, ramps for train access, accessible toilets, waiting rooms, and seating areas.
  • Wheelchairs are available for loan.
  • Staff are available to assist.
  • There is a customer help point and meeting point, and a helpline is also available.

Map of West Drayton Tube Station

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