Stratford International station

Stratford International Station

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Stratford International station is a railway station located in Stratford in the London Borough of Newham in northeast London, United Kingdom. The station opened on 30 November 2009 for Southeastern services on High Speed 1,

It is located adjacent to the construction sites of both the London Olympic Park and Westfield Stratford City, which currently prevents pedestrian access; during local redevelopment work a temporary bus service links Stratford International to nearby Stratford Regional. It is planned that in 2011 an extension of the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) will connect the station directly to the London public transport network.


The station is on the High Speed 1 railway between and . Much of the surrounding land is currently a construction site as it lies just inside the eastern boundary of the London Olympic Park, which is being built for the 2012 Summer Olympics.

It is situated about from nearby Regional, which is a major Transport for London and commuter rail hub. The station has four platforms (two outer and two on the central island), and is bisected by a single-track inclined viaduct rising to the east along the length of the island platforms.

This is used by empty Eurostar trains to leave the station trench to reach the depot at Temple Mills. Fast tracks run between...
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