Penge East train station serves the Penge and Sydenham districts of south-east London with trains on the Chatham Main Line. The station is in Travelcard Zone 4, just over 7 miles from London Victoria, and is managed and operated by Southeastern. It is a short walk away from Penge West train station. Weekday trains from Penge East depart four times an hour in each direction to London Victoria and Bromley South, with fastest journey times of 18 minutes and 10 minutes respectively. Sunday services reduce to twice an hour.
Built in 1863, Penge East train station was originally named Penge (LCDR) and Penge Lane before assuming its current name in 1923. The footbridge which crosses the line today was added in the 1880s as a replacement for an earlier level crossing. The original yellow brick station building at Penge East is Grade II listed.
Penge East station has two platforms with sheltered seating areas and a waiting room. Both sides have separate entrances which are suitable for wheelchairs and the footbridge over the line connects them. There is a staffed ticket office and self-service ticket machines, a vending machine and a toilet on platform 1. Several London Bus services provide local onward connections.
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