Enfield Town railway station

Enfield Town Railway Station

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Enfield Town railway station is the most central of several stations in Enfield (north London). It is the terminus of the line served by National Express East Anglia from Liverpool Street, one of the Lea Valley Lines. The station, and all trains serving it, is operated by National Express East Anglia. The station is in Travelcard Zone 5.

Enfield is also served by the Hertford Loop Line with a station at Enfield Chase on the opposite side of the town centre. The nearest station on the West Anglia Main Line is at Ponders End. Enfield Lock railway station is not located in central Enfield. As of May 2011 work is underway to install automatic ticket gates at this station.


The typical off-peak service from the station is two trains per hour to London Liverpool Street. In the peak times four or five trains serve the station and also there are extra trains on Tottenham Hotspur's match days when trains start here to travel to White Hart Lane station


The station was opened in 1848 by the Eastern Counties Railways as "Enfield"

A house which stood on the site since the late 17th century is said to have been the birthplace of Isaac Disraeli (father of Benjamin Disraeli) and later to have become a school, where John Keats was educated. It became the station house before being demolished in 1872. The fine seventeenth-century brickwork facade, once attributed to Sir Christopher Wren was dismantled, and reconstructed in the South Kensington...
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