Hackney Wick railway station

Hackney Wick Railway Station

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Hackney Wick railway station is on the North London Line in the London Borough of Hackney, on the northern side of the boundary between Hackney and the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, in east London. It is in Travelcard Zone 2. The station and all trains serving it are operated by London Overground. It opened on 12 May 1980 on the re-routed line which bypassed the site of the former Victoria Park station as part of the CrossTown Link line between and stations.

On 29 December 1985, the station was the scene of one of the murders of the serial rapists John Duffy and David Mulcahy.


As part of the programme to introduce four-car trains on the London Overground network, the North London Line between and closed in February 2010; reopening 1 June 2010. This was to enable the installation of a new signalling system and the extension of 30 platforms. Engineering work will continue until May 2011, during which reduced services will operate and Sunday services will be suspended.

The typical service at the station is 4 trains per hour westbound to via Hackney, Highbury, Camden Road and Willesden, 2 trains per hour to Clapham Junction, and 6 trains per hour eastbound to .

Until 9 December 2006, when the line from Stratford to North Woolwich was closed to be converted to a Docklands Light Railway line, the eastbound service ran to North Woolwich.

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