How to get to Tottenham Hale (TOM) Train Station

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Tottenham Hale station information & facilities

Distance from Tottenham Hale to city center
Distance from Tottenham Hale to city center
1.9 miles (3 km)
How to get to this station?
How to get to this station?
Onward travel information: Transport for London buses operate from outside the station
Location for Rail Replacement Services: Not served by rail replacement transport. Passengers to use Seven Sisters Station as an alternative; LUL Ticket Acceptance may be available.
Metro: London UndergroundVictoria Line services
Amenities at station
Wifi
Wifi
Dining
Dining
Information Desk
Information Desk
Information available from staff: Yes - from ticket office | Helpline Contact: 0800 028 28 78 | Passenger Information Systems: Departure screens, Announcements, Arrival screens
Accessibility
Accessibility
Staff help available: Yes | Step free access coverage: Yes | Accessible taxis: Details of nearest taxis are shown on station information poster | Accessible ticket machines: There are accessible ticket machines at this station | Accessible toilets: Yes | Ramp for train access: Yes | Wheelchairs available: Yes | Impaired mobility set down / pick up points available: No
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Travel to the train station Tottenham Hale from London city centre

London is a world city that appeals to visitors from across the world. From royal palaces and world-class museums to the Tate Modern gallery, the stores on Oxford Street, and the family-friendly appeal of London Zoo, it's a city where entertainment and sight-seeing go hand in hand. The UK capital is also well-served by rail transport, with numerous stations and points of departure. The train station Tottenham Hale is one of the most popular jumping-off points for journeys to northern destinations. Located in Edmonton, north-east London, it is a little out of town but remains very easy to get to from most parts of the city.

What is the best way to get to the train station Tottenham Hale from London city centre?

Because of its size, pinning down a "city centre" in London can be a little confusing, so it's best to use a few different reference points. First of all, travelers may need to head to Tottenham Hale from the West End - London's shopping and theater district. From there, they can use the Victoria Line of London's subway, which stops at Oxford Circus and Victoria. Those coming from the City of London can take overground trains from Liverpool Street Station to the train station Tottenham Hale, or take the slower 149 bus. Travelers in Camden and Kings Cross can also catch the Victoria Line (from Euston or Kings Cross), and the same applies to those starting out in Brixton. Those arriving at Heathrow, Gatwick, or Luton Airports can catch trains to central London, then transfer to the subway, and there are direct trains from to Tottenham Hale from Stansted Airport.

How far is it from the city centre to the train station Tottenham Hale?

Tottenham Hale station is situated in northeast London, outside the central zones of the city. It is eight miles (13 kilometers) from Oxford Circus, seven miles (12 kilometers) from Kings Cross, six miles (10 kilometers) from Liverpool Street Station, and about nine miles (14 kilometers) from Waterloo on the south bank of the River Thames. Journey times from all of these central locations will be between 15 and 35 minutes, and the fastest route is always via either Victoria Line subway services or overground rail. Buses are always an alternative, but beware of slow transfers. For instance, the bus from Liverpool Street to Tottenham Hale takes at least 40 minutes. Heathrow Airport is 26 miles (40 kilometers) from Tottenham Hale, which is closer than Stansted, which is 29 miles (45 kilometers) away. However, it's worth noting that trains from Stansted reach Tottenham Hale in 33 minutes, while transfers from Heathrow will almost always take considerably longer.

How accessible is the train station Tottenham Hale for those with limited mobility?

Tottenham Hale overground station is a relatively new development and has excellent facilities for those with limited mobility. This includes ramp access to all platforms, in-person assistance from trained staff, step-free access, and accessible restrooms and ticketing offices. Staff are almost always available, between the hours of 5:15 a.m. and 12:30 a.m. Transiting through the main station should therefore pose few problems for disabled travelers. However, they may want to think about how they travel to a train from London city centre. Tottenham Hale subway station is equipped with elevators, which makes life easier for wheelchair users, but there will be a short distance to cover between the metro and the train station, and not all metro stations in London have elevators on-site. Taking the train from Liverpool Street is a better option, as trains run direct to Tottenham Hale, and boarding is more convenient. However, taxis adapted for wheelchair travelers will generally be superior, if travelers are willing to pay a little extra.

Local tips: The train station Tottenham Hale points of interest

If travelers find they have an hour or two to kill at Tottenham Hale station, there are a few great attractions near the train station. For instance, the new stadium of Tottenham Hotspur FC is open to visit even when games aren't taking place. As a new NFL venue, it may well be of interest to US sports fans who aren't into soccer. Walthamstow is also a short train ride away via the Victoria Line. The William Morris Gallery there is a wonderful exhibition of craftsmanship and art, while Walthamstow Village offers pubs, fine restaurants, and boutique stores. It is possible to head into central London, although be careful with timings. And remember that boarding trains to stations like Tottenham Hale can be problematic during rush hour (especially from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. on weekdays).

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