Hayes and Harlington railway station

Hayes And Harlington Railway Station

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Hayes and Harlington railway station is a railway station in Hayes and Harlington in the London Borough of Hillingdon.


It is on Isambard Kingdom Brunel's former Great Western Main Line running out of London Paddington to the Thames Valley, Bristol, South Wales and the West Country. The line was opened on 4 June 1838, initially running to a temporary to allow completion of the famous brick arch bridge over the River Thames just west of the station. The station at Hayes opened in 1868.

From 1 March 1883, the station (then named Hayes) was served by District Railway services running between and Windsor. The service was discontinued as uneconomic after 30 September 1885.


Although a busy station there are no automatic ticket barriers, but manual ticket checks take place on a daily basis.

Airport Junction

Hayes is the location of the junction for the recently completed Heathrow Airport branch. For this reason, the lines through the station are electrified with 25kV a.c. overhead power, although they only continue along the Airport branch — the main line to is not yet electrified.

The junction itself consists of two ground level high-speed turnouts from the main lines, the 'down' (away from London) line curving away to the left towards the Airport and the 'up' (towards London) line passing over a major concrete flyover construction to clear the up and down main lines before...
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