Eden Park is in the borough of Bromley in southeast London, and serves trains to London's Cannon Street, Waterloo East and Charing Cross stations. The station was built by the South Eastern Railway in 1882, and was the first to be erected along the branch line from Elmers End to Hayes. Many of its original wooden buildings have survived - it even escaped relatively undamaged after an arson attempt by the suffragettes in 1913. It had a brief makeover when local graffiti artists Mesa and Aztek were invited to painted its walls in the 1990s, but the mural has since been painted over.
The model of a leafy suburb, Eden Park is a mix of residential streets, sports grounds and local shops and pubs. Nearby attractions worth a visit include Langley Park Centre for the Performing Arts, home to the Bromley Symphony Orchestra; and the Bethlem Museum of the Mind, housed in the 1247 Bethlem Royal Hospital administration building.