Woolwich Arsenal Railway Station is an interchange station on the National Rail North Kent Line and DLR in the Royal London Borough of Greenwich in Woolwich SE18 in Travelcard Zone 4


The National Rail platforms and building opened in 1849, with the current building dating from 1996. The Docklands Light Railway platforms opened on 12 January 2009 from King George V Station.

Lee RigbyEdit

The station was the last station Lee Rigby passed through where he got off the DLR from Central London.

Station FacilitiesEdit

Step-Free AccessEdit

There is Step-Free Access available at the station.


There are no toilets available at the station.


The station on both National Rail platforms and DLR platforms (like all DLR stations) are not gated.


  • National Rail North Kent Line
  • DLR Woolwich Arsenal Branch

Transport ConnectionsEdit


London Buses Routes 51, 53 (24-hours), 54, 96, 99, 122, 177, 178, 180, 244, 291, 380, 386, 422, 467, 472 (24-hours), 658 and Night Route N1 serve the station.

River ServicesEdit

The London River Services Woolwich Arsenal Pier is located nearby via Woolwich New Road and No 1 Street.

Next StationEdit

Docklands Light Railway |

National Rail Southeastern

External LinksEdit

See also Woolwich Dockyard Station.

The Wikipedia page is [1].

For the Crossrail station, see Woolwich railway station.

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