The Anonymous Widower

Before Overground – London Fields

A Station With an Excellent Bakery/Cafe – Rating 3/10

London Fields station is another station on the Lea Valley Lines with no decent access.

 

As I arrived a Japanese lady was struggling down the stairs with her three-year-old, a buggy and a scooter.

The reason she was coming was to visit the E5 bakehouse and cafe. It was so full, that I couldn’t get my intended cup of tea.

As you can see from the pictures, Network Rail have done a superb job in creating a series of small workshops in the railway arches.

It’s just a pity, that the access at the station wasn’t fixed at the same time.

As the station has only had a frequent service since 2005. was this one of those stations that British Rail hoped would quietly die?

September 18, 2014 - Posted by | Transport | , , , ,

2 Comments »

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  2. […] Fields station has improved in some ways with Overgroundisation since I wrote Before Overground – London Fields in September […]

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