Epping Underground Station is on the London Underground Central Line (Epping Branch) outside Greater London and beyond the M25 in the Epping Forest District in Epping CM16 in Travelcard Zone 6.


The station opened on 24 April 1865 by Eastern Counties Railways which makes it one of the oldest stations operated on the network, And stayed as a mainline station until 25 September 1949 when it was transferred to London Transport. The present eastern terminus of the Central Line was previously extended through to Ongar Station but has since 1994 been disconnected, though the tracks beyond Epping Station continue and are used for Epping Ongar Railway heritage trains.

Station FacilitiesEdit

Step-Free AccessEdit

Step-Free Access available at the station from train|platforms to street level.


There are toilets available at the station.


There is a carpark located at the station.

Click and CollectEdit

ASDA has a Click and Collect service at the station.

Transport ConnectionsEdit


Local Bus Routes 7, 19, 20, 21, 380, 381, 382, 501 (sundays only), 541, 900 and Epping Ongar Railway Vintage Route 399 to North Weald Station serve the station.

(Note that no buses at the station will accept TFL Travelcards)

Next StationEdit

External linksEdit

  • Wikipedia page [1]
  • TfL page [2]

See alsEdit