Nunhead railway station

Nunhead Railway Station

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Nunhead railway station

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Nunhead railway station is a railway station in the Nunhead area of the London Borough of Southwark. The station and all trains serving it are operated by Southeastern. It is in Travelcard Zone 2.


The typical off-peak service is:

  • 2 tph to Sevenoaks via Bromley South
  • 2 tph to Dartford via Bexleyheath (Monday to Saturday)


The station has been the junction for three separate lines. The original Crystal Palace and South London Junction Railway line from Canterbury Road Junction, near Brixton to Crystal Palace opened by the London, Chatham and Dover Railway (LCDR) on 1 August 1865. The line was built to take passengers to the Crystal Palace exhibition site: train services on the line ceased from 1917–1919 and from 1944-1946 for wartime economies. The line finally closed to all traffic on 20 September 1954.

The Catford Loop line was opened on 1 July 1892. It gave a second route out of London for the LCDR, and Nunhead thus became a three way junction. The Nunhead to Greenwich Park line was opened 1871 as far Blackheath Hill with the final stretch to Greenwich park opening in 1888. The whole branch was closed on 1 January 1917 for wartime economies.

In 1925, the lines in the area were electrified, and a new station at Nunhead was built on the London side of the original site. In 1929...
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