The Anonymous Widower

Before Overground – Chingford

A Terminus In A Meaningful Place – Rating 8/10

Chingford is a proper terminus, with three platforms and a well-equipped station surrounded by a bus station with upwards of half-a-dozen routes, cafes, shops and a real ale pub.

The station doesn’t appear to have any access issues and possibly more trains could be run to and from the station every hour.

 

 

October 3, 2014 - Posted by | Travel | , , ,

2 Comments »

  1. […] this mean services coming along the North London Line and going through Stratford to Chingford. My explorations at Chingford showed it to be a spacious well-connected station with three accessible […]

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  2. […] comparison is to compare Shenfield‘s bus arrangement with those at the much smaller Chingford, which has a sizeable and well-designed bus station, for half the passengers Shenfield […]

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