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Trains to Bromley North

Built in 1878 before being extensively redeveloped in 1926, Bromley North station serves the town of Bromley in Greater London, within London Travelcard Zone 4. The station currently runs half-hourly services to Grove Park, for connecting services to central London. The station is set to undergo major redevelopment in the coming years, with proposals in place to extend either the Docklands Light Railway link from Lewisham, or to re-route the Bakerloo line to the station from Elephant and Castle. The town of Bromley has strong links to the arts and is home to a number of famous theatres – the most notable being the Churchill Theatre, and the Bromley Little Theatre, just a short walk from the station. For fans of more modern forms of entertainment, the town also boasts a large four-screen Empire Cinema and leisure complex. It’s five minutes away at the top of Bromley’s busy high street.

Station details & facilities

Bromley North is easy to navigate – it is a small two-track terminus, with the platforms back-to-back. Two entrances on Sherman Road lead onto the concourse or directly onto platform 2, while a further entrance on Tweedy Road leads into the ticket office, which has staffed ticket desks. Ticket machines and public toilets are available in the adjacent concourse. There is step-free access throughout, and a car park next to platform 1, accessible via Northside Road.

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