Royal Victoria DLR station

Royal Victoria DLR Station

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The Royal Victoria Station is on the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) in east London. It opened on March 28, 1994 and is named after the nearby Royal Victoria Dock.

It is on the DLR's Beckton branch, in Travelcard Zone 3.

National Rail's North London Line ran parallel to the DLR between Canning Town and Custom House stations until the Stratford to North Woolwich section closed on 9 December 2006. Its tracks passed close by the DLR platforms, but there were no NLL platforms although this is near the former Tidal Basin station on the Eastern Counties and Thames Junction Railway.

During 2009, as part of the Canning Town DLR flyover and the new DLR line from Canning Town to Stratford, a siding was added to the Victoria Dock Road side of the station. The Canning Town junction and flyover occupy the whole distance between Royal Victoria and Canning Town stations.

Transports Links

London Bus routes 147, 241 and Night routes N551.

Transport for London are currently considering the construction of a cable car over the River Thames for the 2012 Summer Olympics which would run from a station close to the Royal Victoria Dock over the river to the Greenwich Peninsula and The O2.


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