Wapping Overground Station is on the London Overground East London Line in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets in Wapping E1, in Travelcard Zone 2 opened 1869.


The station occupies the north end of the former Thames Foot Tunnel built by Marc Isambard Brunel which was apart of the London Underground East London Line until 2006 when it was closed to become apart of the London Overground network.

Station FacilitiesEdit

Step-Free AccessEdit

There is no Step-Free Access available.


There are no toilets available at the station.

Transport ConnectionsEdit


London Buses Routes 100 and D3 serve the station.

Cycling and WalkingEdit

The Thames Path National Trail passes the station on Wapping High Street for Cyclists and Walkers.

Cycle HireEdit

There is a Cycle Hire Docking Station located near the station on Wapping Lane.

Next StationEdit

External LinksEdit

More information on the Wikipedia page [1].

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