Bellingham railway station
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Location of Bellingham in Greater London
|Local authority||London Borough of Lewisham|
|Number of platforms||2|
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|1 July 1892||Opened|
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Bellingham railway station is in the London Borough of Lewisham in south London. It is in Travelcard Zone 3, and the station and all trains are operated by Southeastern. The station buildings lie on Randlesdown Road in Bellingham; the platforms are below street level.
The station, which lies on what today is known as the Catford Loop, was opened on 1 July 1892.
Bellingham is served half hourly by Kentish Town to Sevenoaks Thameslink services jointly operated by Southeastern and Thameslink on weekdays. On weekends trains only run as far as London Blackfriars, solely operated by Southeastern.
The typical off-peak service is:
- 2 trains per hour to Kentish Town, calling at Catford, Crofton Park, Nunhead, Peckham Rye, Denmark Hill, Elephant & Castle, London Blackfriars, City Thameslink, Farringdon and St Pancras International. In the late evenings and at weekends, these trains generally terminate at London Blackfriars.
- 2 trains per hour to Sevenoaks, calling at Beckenham Hill, Ravensbourne, Shortlands, Bromley South, Bickley, St Mary Cray, Swanley, Eynsford, Shoreham, Otford and Bat & Ball.
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Sevenoaks Line Limited service