- 1 What zone is Hackney Downs?
- 2 What zone is London Fields?
- 3 Does Hackney have a tube station?
- 4 What zone is Isleworth?
- 5 Is Hackney dangerous?
- 6 How do I get to Hackney Downs Station?
- 7 Is London Fields a good place to live?
- 8 How do I get from Hackney to central London?
- 9 What zones are covered by a Travelcard?
- 10 Which zone is Croydon?
- 11 What zone is Romford?
What zone is Hackney Downs?
Main line trains, operated by Greater Anglia, call at Hackney Downs between Liverpool Street and Tottenham Hale. Its three-letter station code is HAC and it is in Travelcard zone 2.
What zone is London Fields?
London Fields is a small district in northeast London, within Zone 2.
Does Hackney have a tube station?
Hackney’s lack of a tube station is, like so much else in the physical fabric of London, a historical accident: if things had played out slightly differently, at any one of several different points in time, it would have had a tube decades ago. Hackney is the bit in red: Image: CityMetric/Google.
What zone is Isleworth?
Isleworth station in the London Borough of Hounslow sits within Zone 4, just 12 miles south of London Waterloo.
Is Hackney dangerous?
While Hackney has a lower-than-average crime rate for criminal damage, arson and shoplifting, it has an average rate for most crimes committed in the area. London, on the whole, is very safe, but with a higher-than-average rate for robbery and theft from the person, residents’ No.
How do I get to Hackney Downs Station?
The nearest stations to Hackney Downs are:
- Hackney Downs Station (N) is 22 meters away, 1 min walk.
- Amhurst Road / Dalston Lane (P) is 101 meters away, 2 min walk.
- Pembury Circus (Y) is 224 meters away, 4 min walk.
- Royal Oak Road (Z) is 549 meters away, 8 min walk.
- Hackney Central is 559 meters away, 8 min walk.
Is London Fields a good place to live?
London Fields in Hackney is a pretty awesome spot to live in London. If you’re not lucky enough to live there though it’s a great area for a city day trip too. The call of Broadway Market or a swim in the Lido, it’s impossible to resist. But the neighbourhood has so many other tricks and treasures up its sleeve.
How do I get from Hackney to central London?
The nearest station to the Hackney Empire is Hackney Central. This is on the London Overground line from Richmond/Clapham Junction to Stratford. To get there from Gloucester Road, take the Piccadilly Line to Kings Cross, then the Victoria Line to Highbury and Islington, from where you can pick up the Overground.
What zones are covered by a Travelcard?
The travelcard that is included with the London Pass package can be used within Zones 1-6 on London’s local buses, London Underground, National Rail Trains, Docklands Light Rail, and the Tramlink.
Which zone is Croydon?
Croydon, a south London/Surrey suburb that would be a sizeable city in its own right had it not long ago been swallowed by London, has two rail stations in its commercial centre. East Croydon is a stop on the London to Brighton line; West Croydon is served primarily by suburban services. Both are currently in zone 5.
What zone is Romford?
Its three-letter station code is RMF and it is in Travelcard Zone 6. The station is currently managed by TfL Rail.