The Anonymous Widower

Tracing The Goblin Extension – Norwood Junction To Peckham Rye

As Brockley was an error on my part, I got the A to Z out and looked for another route to get on the Nunhead to Lewisham Link. The less direct route with a change of trains at Crystal Palace seemed to be a way to go.

This was another section, where I got two or more trains.

Norwood Junction to Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace to Peckham Rye

It was trouble free and passed through many stations that I’d never heard of before.

The only problem was that I had to wait twenty minutes for both trains. Is this a problem on this route, when perhaps you need to get from Gypsy Hill to North Dulwich, which might be solved by a four trains per hour Goblin Extension service?

I took these pictures along the route.

Note that you can also interchange with Thasmeslink at Tulse Hill and the East London Line at Crystal Palace and Peckham Rye. There are also good connections to Victoria and London Bridge at various stations in this section.

August 6, 2014 - Posted by | Transport | , ,

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