London Overground Train Ticket Prices, Timetables and Reservations

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London Overground Train travellers can connect from Watford in the North West to Croydon in the South, as well as from Clapton to Barking. A new East London Overground line opened in 2010, replacing the old Underground line in time for the Olympics, with new stations Haggerston, Shoreditch, Hoxton and Dalston Junction.

The London Overground offers a cheaper and reliable alternative to travelling through the capital city on the Underground, and has a wider span of destinations around the conurbation.

Brand new air-conditioned electric trains now operate on almost all London Overground services, and onboard WiFi is available on most routes.

You can buy cheap London Overground train fares online from Rail Saver for all London Overground journeys, as well as London Travelcards.

London Overground train travel is also included as a transport option within the applicable Travelcard zones.

Cyclists will find they are able to bring folding bicycles on any section of the London Overground at any time, though full-size cycles cannot be taken on certain journeys during peak traffic hours.

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London Oerground Train Ticket Reservations


LONDON OVERGROUND is the modern urban train network service in London.

London Overground operates nearly all rail services in and around London, providing connections to the London Underground and the rest of the National Rail main line network.

Like the London Underground it is operated for Transport for London, though it remains part of the National Rail network.

London Overground consists of five lines:

  • The East London line (from Dalston Junction to West Croydon and New Cross)
  • The Gospel Oak to Barking line; the North London line (from Richmond to Stratford)
  • The West London line (from Willesden Junction to Clapham Junction)
  • The Watford DC line from London Euston to Watford Junction.

London Overground travels through 21 of London's 33 boroughs, as well as Three Rivers and Watford in Hertfordshire. Thirty per cent of all Londoners are less than a 15-minute walk from a london Overground station.

In preparation for the London 2012 games London Overground enjoyed considerable investment that greatly improved service and benefits for all local London communities, including the addition of brand new air-conditioned electric trains on almost all the London Overground services.

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About London Overground Trains

London Overground Rail Operations Ltd (LOROL) are a joint venture company between MTR Corporation of Hong Kong and Deutsche Bahn AG of Germany (DB), two of the most reliable and customer focused railways in the world. Arriva has been responsible for the growth and development of DB’s regional passenger transport in the UK.

Transport for London employ a dedicated team to monitor and support LOROL in the delivery of all the obligations set out in the Concession Agreement.

London Overground Routes

The London Overground route stretches from Watford Junction in the North West, to Croydon in the South and from Barking in the East of London all the way to Richmond and Wandsworth in the South West and West.

London Overground runs services along the following routes:

  • Dalston Junction to West Croydon
  • Dalston Junction to Highbury and Islington
  • Watford Junction to Euston
  • Clapham Junction to Surrey Quays
  • Richmond/Clapham Junction to Stratford
  • Gospel Oak to Barking

The rail industry has produced an Approved Code of Practice which sets out high-level guidance and good practice in providing information to customers during disruption. London Overground Rail Operations Ltd. uses this Code of Practice as a framework for delivering timely, correct and consistent information to customers during major disruption/delays so that they can make well-informed travel decisions.

London Overground Trains Contact Details

Customer Services Team
London Overground
125 Finchley Road

Primary Tel: +44 (0)343 222 1234
Cycle reservation Tel: 0845 601 4867
Assisted Travel Tel: 08453 003 005

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