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Travelcard Zone 4

Fare zone 4 is a zone of Transport for London's zonal fare system used for calculating the price of tickets for travel on the London Underground, London Overground, Docklands Light Railway[1] and, since 2007, on National Rail services.[2] It was created on 22 May 1983 and extends from approximately 6.75 to 10 miles (11 to 16 km) from Piccadilly Circus.[3]

List of stations

The following stations are within zone 4:

Station Local authority Managed by Notes
Abbey Wood Greenwich Southeastern
Alperton Brent London Underground
Angel Road Enfield Greater Anglia
Anerley Bromley Southern
Arnos Grove Enfield London Underground
Barking Barking and Dagenham c2c
Barkingside Redbridge London Underground
Beckenham Hill Lewisham Southeastern
Beckenham Junction Bromley Southeastern
Boston Manor Hounslow / Ealing London Underground
Bounds Green Haringey London Underground Also in zone 3
Bowes Park Haringey London Underground Also in zone 3
Brentford Hounslow South West Trains
Bromley North Bromley Southeastern
Burnt Oak Barnet London Underground
Castle Bar Park Ealing First Great Western
Chigwell Epping Forest London Underground Outside Greater London but included in this zone
Chiswick Hounslow South West Trains
Clock House Bromley Southeastern
Colindale Barnet London Underground
Crystal Palace Bromley London Overground Also in zone 3
Drayton Green Ealing First Great Western
East Ham Newham London Underground Also in zone 3
Edmonton Green Enfield Greater Anglia
Elmers End Bromley Southeastern
Elmstead Woods Bromley Southeastern
Eltham Greenwich Southeastern
Fairlop Redbridge London Underground
Falconwood Bexley Southeastern
Finchley Central Barnet London Underground
Gants Hill Redbridge London Underground
Goodmayes Redbridge Greater Anglia
Grange Hill Redbridge London Underground
Greenford Ealing London Underground
Grove Park Lewisham Southeastern
Hackbridge Sutton Southern
Hainault Redbridge London Underground
Hanwell Ealing First Great Western
Hendon Barnet First Capital Connect Also in zone 3
Hendon Central Barnet London Underground Also in zone 3
Highams Park Waltham Forest Greater Anglia
Hounslow Central Hounslow London Underground
Hounslow East Hounslow London Underground
Ilford Redbridge Greater Anglia
Isleworth Hounslow South West Trains
Kent House Bromley Southeastern
Kenton Brent London Underground
Kew Bridge Hounslow South West Trains
Kew Gardens Richmond upon Thames London Underground Also in zone 3
Kingsbury Brent London Underground
Leytonstone Waltham Forest London Underground Also in zone 3
Lower Sydenham Bromley/Lewisham Southeastern
Malden Manor South West Trains
Manor Park Newham Greater Anglia Also in zone 3
Mill Hill Broadway First Capital Connect
Mill Hill East London Underground
Mitcham Junction Southern
Morden London Underground
Morden South First Capital Connect
Motspur Park South West Trains
Mottingham Southeastern
New Beckenham Bromely Southeastern
New Eltham Southeastern
New Malden South West Trains
New Southgate First Capital Connect
Newbury Park Redbridge London Underground
North Wembley London Underground
Northwick Park London Underground
Norwood Junction London Overground
Oakleigh Park First Capital Connect
Osterley London Underground
Palmers Green First Capital Connect
Penge East Bromley Southeastern
Penge West Bromley London Overground
Perivale London Underground
Plumstead Greenwich Southeastern
Preston Road London Underground
Queensbury London Underground
Ravensbourne Bromley Southeastern
Raynes Park South West Trains
Redbridge London Underground
Richmond South West Trains
Roding Valley London Underground
Selhurst Southern
Seven Kings Redbridge Greater Anglia
Shortlands Southeastern
Silver Street Greater Anglia
Snaresbrook Redbridge London Underground
South Greenford London Underground
South Kenton London Underground
South Merton First Capital Connect
South Wimbledon London Underground Also in zone 3
South Woodford London Underground
Southall First Great Western
Southgate London Underground
Sudbury & Harrow Road Chiltern Railways
Sudbury Hill London Underground
Sudbury Hill Harrow Chiltern Railways
Sudbury Town London Underground
Sundridge Park Bromley Southeastern
Sutton Common First Capital Connect
St. Helier First Capital Connect
St Margarets South West Trains
Syon Lane South West Trains
Thornton Heath Southern
Totteridge & Whetstone London Underground
Upney Barking and Dagenham London Underground
Wanstead London Underground
Welling Bexley Southeastern
Wembley Central London Underground
Wembley Park London Underground
Wembley Stadium Chiltern Railways
West Finchley London Underground
Winchmore Hill First Capital Connect
Wood Street Waltham Forrest Greater Anglia
Woodford London Underground
Woodgrange Park London Overground Also in zone 3
Woodside Park Barnet London Underground
Woolwich Arsenal Greenwich Southeastern Interchange station for the Docklands Light Railway. It is the only DLR station inside Zone 4.
Worcester Park Kingston upon Thames South West Trains

Changes

  • January 2000: Beckton, Cyprus, Gallions Reach and Beckton Park (DLR) from Zone 4 to Zone 3
  • January 2004: Crystal Palace from Zone 4 to Zone 3/4 boundary[4]
  • January 2007: Roding Valley, Chigwell, Grange Hill, Hainault, Fairlop and Barkingside from Zone 5 to Zone 4.

See also

References

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