The Anonymous Widower

Before Overground – Edmonton Green

A Prototype Station For The Lea Valley Lines – Rating 8/10

This is the first of a series of posts, where I post pictures of the stations on the Lea Valley Lines before the takeover by the London Overground in May next year.

Edmonton Green station is one of the better stations on the line and the lifts that are being installed, should be fully working in a month or so.

I’ve used quite a few stations on the Lea Valley Lines, but this must be one that needs the smallest amount of work to bring it up to a high standard. It’s got lifts, a cafe, tasteful shelters and seats.

It also has good bus connections, so it is one of those stations, where if you were in a wheelchair or pushing a buggy, you might swap your mode of transport.

September 15, 2014 - Posted by | Transport | , , ,


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