Grove Park railway station
Location of Grove Park in Greater London
|Location||Grove Park and Downham|
|Local authority||London Borough of Lewisham|
|Number of platforms||5|
|National Rail annual entry and exit|
|1 November 1871||Opened|
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Grove Park railway station is a railway station in southeast London, England. It is located on Baring Road (A2212) within Travelcard Zone 4, and serves the areas of Grove Park and Downham in the London Borough of Lewisham. The station was opened in 1871.
Currently there are five platforms. Platform 1 serves Bromley North branch line, which is detached from the rest of the station, while platforms 2 to 5 are on the South Eastern Main Line which runs from Charing Cross to Hastings. The adjacent stations are Elmstead Woods to the south, Hither Green to the north, and Sundridge Park on the Bromley North branch line.
There are regular services to London Charing Cross and London Cannon Street.
The typical Monday-Saturday off-peak service is:
- 2 trains per hour (tph) to Charing Cross
- 2 tph to Cannon Street calling at all stations.
- 4 tph to Orpington, with 2 tph continuing to Sevenoaks
- 3 tph to Bromley North, calling at Sundridge Park.
On Sundays the Bromley North shuttle does not run. All other frequencies remain the same.
|Preceding station||National Rail||Following station|
South Eastern Main Line
Bromley North Line
Mondays to Saturdays only
London buses 261, 126 and school bus 638 serve the bus stop outside the station; there is also a bus terminus in Baring Road near the station served by routes 136, 181, 284, 273 and night bus N136; the 124 also passes through Grove Park near the station.
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