Upton Park tube station

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Upton Park
Image:Upton Park tube station 2005-12-10.jpg
Location
Place Upton Park
Local authority London Borough of Newham
Operations
Managed by London Underground
Platforms in use 2
Annual entry/exit 6.41 million
Transport for London
Zone 3
History
1877
1902
1962
Opened by LT&SR
District Line started
LT&SR withdrawn

Transport for London
List of London stations: Underground | National Rail

Upton Park Station is a London Underground station on the District and Hammersmith and City lines, located on Green Street, London in the Upton Park area of Newham, east London. It is in Zone 3.

The station was opened by the London Tilbury & Southend Railway in 1877. District Line service began in 1902, and the Hammersmith & City (then the Metropolitan Line) followed in 1936. LTSR services were withdrawn in 1962.

The station has two working platforms, one for each direction. Two other platforms used to serve the LTSR but are now disused.

Upton Park serves as the local tube station for the Boleyn Ground, the home ground of West Ham United football club.

[edit] Transport connections

London Buses routes 5, 58, 104, 115, 147, 238, 330 and 376 and Night Bus routes N15 serve the site of the station.

[edit] External links

Preceding station Underground Lines Following station
Plaistow   Hammersmith & City Line   East Ham
  District Line  
de:East Ham (London Underground)

no:East Ham undergrunnsstasjon

Upton Park tube station

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