Kings Langley station lies just outside the boundary of the M25 motorway in Hertfordshire, serving the villages of Kings Langley, Abbots Langley and Hunton Bridge. Built in 1839, the station was previously known as Kings Langley & Abbots Langley before taking on its current name in 1974. Half-hourly services depart to London Euston in the south, and to Tring and Milton Keynes in the north - additional rush hour services run to Birmingham New Street and Coventry, along with a single weekday morning service to Crewe. Today, Kings Langley boasts a number of historic sites and buildings just a short hop from the station, including the famous St. Albans Abbey ruins and the 14th Century Church of All Saints, which once housed the body of King Richard II. The town also gets a namecheck in William Shakespeare's Richard III, which has a scene set in the garden of the palace at Langley.
Kings Langley's small ticket hall is on Station Road, to the right of an access road that leads to the station car park. From the ticket hall, doors lead to platform 1 and to a subway that connects to platforms 2, 3 and 4. Only platforms 1 and 4 are currently accessible step-free - for platform 4, use the alternative entrance in the car park. London trains usually depart from platform 4, and northbound trains from platform 3.
Kings Langley train station is open every day that services are running to and from the station. The station usually opens just before the first train of the day leaves and then closes after the last train departs. Ticket office opening hours may vary.
Trains arrive into and depart from Kings Langley train station almost every day, although there may be less services during the weekends and bank holidays. Check our live train times for up-to-date information on trains running to and from Kings Langley train station.
Yes there are toilets available to use at Kings Langley train station.
Yes, dogs are allowed at Kings Langley train station, but should be kept on a lead or comfortable in a pet carrier at all times.