South Tottenham Railway Station

South Tottenham Railway Station

South Tottenham is a railway station on the east-west Gospel Oak to Barking Line. It is located on the eastern side of the north-south A10 High Road in Tottenham, North London, between Harringay Green Lanes and Blackhorse Road. It is in Zone 3.

South Tottenham to Seven Sisters station (on the western, Seven Sisters Branch of the Lea Valley Lines and on the London Underground Victoria Line) is considered an official out-of-station interchange by the National Rail timetable, and involves a short walk. (The sign-posting in the street does not indicate the short pedestrian/cycle route between the two stations through Stonebridge Road).

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