The Anonymous Widower

Walking Between Walthamstow Central And Queens Road Stations

Walthamstow Central and Walthamstow Queens Road stations are not far apart and are considered to be an out-of-station interchange. This means that if you touch out in one station and then walk to the other to continue your journey, you only get charged for one journey.

It used to be tortuous to walk between the two stations, but in recent months a link called Ray Dudley Way has opened.

It does make the walk easier, but it is still not properly signed.

Note too, that it would appear that the eastern entrance to Walthamstow Central has been closed.

February 4, 2015 - Posted by | Transport/Travel | , , ,

1 Comment »

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