Highams Park railway station
Location of Highams Park in Greater London
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|Managed by||London Overground|
|Number of platforms||2|
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Highams Park railway station is in Highams Park which is in the London Borough of Waltham Forest in northeast London. It is in Travelcard Zone 4, and the station and all trains are operated by London Overground. The station is located on the Chingford Branch Line and is part of the Lea Valley Lines network
The station was originally named Hale End upon opening in 1873, and then in 1894 Highams Park and Hale End. The present station, to the design of Neville Ashbee, was inaugurated in 1903.
The typical off-peak service is four trains per hour in both directions including Sundays. Peak services are increased to six trains per hour in both direction.
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|Wood Street||Chingford Line||Chingford|
A level crossing that connects Larkshall Road with Hale End Road is situated just to the south of the station. The crossing is worked by the signal box at Liverpool Street station. There are three ways to cross the line; the footbridge in the station, the subway at the south end of the station which links to the level crossing, and the level crossing itself.
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