- 1 Which zone is Denmark Hill station in?
- 2 Why is Denmark Hill called Denmark Hill?
- 3 Is Denmark Hill safe?
- 4 What county is Herne Hill in?
- 5 Is Denmark Hill station open?
- 6 What is London Overground line?
- 7 Where is the highest point in London?
- 8 Why is Dog Kennel Hill called that?
- 9 Is Camberwell safe?
- 10 What Tube line is Denmark Hill on?
- 11 Is Herne Hill a nice place to live?
- 12 How do you get to King’s College Hospital?
- 13 Where do Herne Hill trains go?
- 14 What borough is Dulwich in?
- 15 How do I get to Herne Hill?
Which zone is Denmark Hill station in?
The station is managed by Thameslink and is served by trains of that company, Southeastern, and London Overground. It is in Travelcard Zone 2.
Why is Denmark Hill called Denmark Hill?
Denmark Hill is an area and road in Camberwell, in the London Borough of Southwark. The area and road is said to have acquired its name from Queen Anne’s husband, Prince George of Denmark, who hunted there.
Is Denmark Hill safe?
Denmark Hill embodies all of these qualities and represents a fusion of different ideas and communities. It is an up and coming district in the city, which has plenty going for it. Another plus for the area is that, compared to other parts of Southwark, it is relatively safe, with many pleasant streets and parks.
What county is Herne Hill in?
|Herne Hill Location within Greater London|
|OS grid reference||TQ325745|
|London borough||Lambeth Southwark|
|Ceremonial county||Greater London|
Is Denmark Hill station open?
There are no reported disruptions at any.
What is London Overground line?
The London Overground is a suburban network of rail services managed by Transport for London (TfL) in the Capital. It was launched in 2007 to provide better connections between areas outside of central London. Arriva Rail London operates these services on behalf of TfL.
Where is the highest point in London?
The highest point in Central London is Hampstead Heath (139 m), while the highest point in Greater London is Westerham Heights (250 m), part of Betsom’s Hill (251m).
Why is Dog Kennel Hill called that?
Named in honour of George of Denmark, husband of Queen Anne, who owned property here. Nearby Dog Kennel Hill once contained his kennels.
Is Camberwell safe?
Camberwell is neither the safest area, nor the most dangerous area in London. Based on my own database, it has a safety score of 16, which is below the London average of 25 (London has a lower than average score in England).
What Tube line is Denmark Hill on?
The closest underground station to Denmark Hill is Brixton which is on the Victoria line. The station is 25 minute walk from the hospitals or you can take bus route 35, 45 and 345.
Is Herne Hill a nice place to live?
Herne Hill is a really safe place to stay. As a result is the choice of residence for many families. The area is a little more secluded than nearby Brixton, so you may find yourself alone on the streets at times. But there’s plenty of public and private transport options to get you around and feeling safer.
How do you get to King’s College Hospital?
By rail: King’s is a 3-minute walk from Denmark Hill station (lifts to all platforms), and about a 12-minute walk from Loughborough Junction station (step access only). The nearest underground station is Brixton, which is a 10-minute bus ride. Our website has more information on getting to King’s by train.
Where do Herne Hill trains go?
Live departures and arrivals for Herne Hill
|16:05||Sutton (London) via Wimbledon Platform 4||8 coaches|
|16:08||London Victoria Platform 2||8 coaches|
|16:08||Orpington Platform 3||8 coaches|
|16:12||St Albans Platform 1||8 coaches|
What borough is Dulwich in?
Dulwich, fashionable residential neighbourhood in the Greater London borough of Southwark, part of the historic county of Surrey. It lies in the southern part of the borough and is centred on Dulwich College.
How do I get to Herne Hill?
The nearest stations to Herne Hill are:
- Herne Hill Station (B) is 69 meters away, 2 min walk.
- Herne Hill Station (N) is 72 meters away, 2 min walk.
- North Dulwich is 996 meters away, 14 min walk.
- Brixton is 1361 meters away, 19 min walk.
- Loughborough Junction is 1544 meters away, 21 min walk.