Woodford Underground Station is an interchange station on the London Underground Central Line (Epping and Fairlop Branches) in the London Borough of Redbridge in Woodford Green in Essex in Travelcard Zone 4.


The station was opened in 22 August 1856 as part of the Eastern Counties Railways line to Loughton which makes it one of the oldest stations operated on the network. After various takeovers of the railway lines, it was transferred to the underground 14 December 1947.

Station FacilitiesEdit

Step-Free AccessEdit

There is Step-Free Access available at the station from train/platform to street level.


There are toilets available at the station.


There is a carpark located at the station.


Transport ConnectionsEdit


London Buses Routes 276 and 549 serve the station.

Next StationEdit

Central Line Epping BranchEdit

Central Line Fairlop BranchEdit

External LinksEdit

More information on the Wikipedia page [1].

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