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Seven Kings Station

A number of improvements are being delivered at Seven Kings station in preparation for the new Elizabeth line service, including new signage, help points, customer information screens and CCTV.

Transport for London will provide lifts at the station, which will be operational by the time the full Elizabeth line service starts in 2019.

Crossrail has also been working with the London Borough of Redbridge on proposals for improvements to the area around the station. Early proposals were published in 2014.


In May 2015, TfL took over the operation of the stopping services from Seven Kings station. 

From May 2017, new trains will be introduced between Shenfield and Liverpool Street.

From December 2019, when the route fully opens, passengers will be able to travel through central London without having to change trains.

At peak times 12 trains an hour will run between Shenfield and central London, calling at all stations. An additional four trains per hour will run between Gidea Park and Liverpool Street, westward in the morning peak and eastward in the evening peak.






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Bond Street

36 mins

27 mins

Canary Wharf

29 mins

19 mins

Heathrow 2 & 3

1 hr 9 mins

55 mins

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Current Works

Seven Kings station

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Description of work:

Seven Kings station will undergo a number of enhancements to facilitate the new Elizabeth line service, including new lifts, new signage, help points, customer information screens and CCTV. When the full Elizabeth line service commences in 2019, it will provide 12 trains per hour from and towards central London during peak periods. These will be all station stopping services replacing the existing TfL Rail metro service. Separately, Transport for London is installing lifts at the station to create step-free access from street to platform.