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Streatham
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LocationStreatham
Local authorityLondon Borough of Lambeth
Managed bySouthern
Station codeSTE
Number of platforms2
Fare zone3

National Rail annual entry and exit
2004–05  1.178 million[1]
2005–0611px 1.143 million[1]
2006–0711px 1.724 million[1]
2007–0811px 2.407 million[1]
2008–0911px 2.192 million[1]
2009–1011px 2.016 million[1]
2010–1111px 2.179 million[1]

1 October 1868Opened

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    Streatham railway station is a station in central Streatham in south London. It is off Streatham High Road, and is in Travelcard Zone 3.

    Services are provided by First Capital Connect and Southern. First Capital Connect services go north to Luton and Bedford via Blackfriars, the City and St Pancras, and south to Wimbledon. Southern services run between London Bridge and West Croydon.

    A news stand in the street level ticket hall sells newspapers, coffee and snacks. There is no seating at this level. The platforms are lower and accessed by staircases. There has been no disabled access to the platforms since the station forecourt on the up platform side was redeveloped in the 1980s for the construction of a supermarket. Ticket barriers were installed to the entrance in June 2009.


    Services[]

    The typical off-peak service in trains per hour is:

    Preceding station National Rail logo.svg.png National Rail Following station
    Tulse Hill   {{{route1}}}   Tooting
      {{{route2}}}   Mitcham Eastfields
    Tulse Hill   Southern
    Sutton and Mole Valley Line
      Mitcham Eastfields
    or
    Tooting
    (Peak hours only)
      Southern
    London Bridge to West Croydon
      Streatham Common

    Transport links[]

    London bus routes 50, 60, 109, 118, 159, 249, 250, 255, G1, P13, and night routes N109 and N133.

    Gallery[]

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    See also[]

    The other stations in Streatham are:

    References[]

    1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 Template:Citation ORR rail usage data

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