Is Ealing Hospital closing down?
Ealing Hospital is not closing. If you use Ealing Hospital, you do not need to worry or do anything differently – just continue to use Ealing Hospital as normal. Over the next five years, we will be looking at where some services are provided – in GP practices, the community and hospital.
Which bus goes to Ealing Hospital?
Underground, rail and bus routes: 83, 207, 427, 607 and N207 buses all link the hospital to Ealing Broadway station for the Central and District lines and National Rail. 92 and 282 buses link the hospital with Greenford and 195 bus with Boston Manor and Brentford.
What bus goes to Greenford station?
The 105 is the first Bus that goes to Greenford Road in Greenford. It stops nearby at 03:00.
What zone is Greenford station?
Greenford is a Travelcard Zone 4 station in Greater London, served by London Underground and National Rail trains. It first opened in 1904, but the present buildings date back to the 1930s, when the Central Line was added. In 2014, it became the last London station to convert from wooden to metal-treaded escalators.
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.
What zone is Bexleyheath?
Bexleyheath railway station is in the London Borough of Bexley in south east London, and is in Travelcard Zone 5. The station, and all trains serving it, is operated by Southeastern. There are ticket barriers at both entrances.
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.