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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 has successfully completed refurbishment work to the ticket hall.  Other improvement work continues in preparation for the Elizabeth line with the focus now on completing the footbridge and lifts that will provide step-free access from street to platform level.  Construction of the foundations for the new footbridge, lifts and walkway are nearing completion. 

The main works to the station are due to be completed in summer 2018.

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

ELIZABETH LINE SERVICES FROM SEVEN KINGS

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

New trains are being gradually 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. In addition, four trains per hour will run between Gidea Park and Liverpool Street main line station, westward in the morning peak and eastward in the evening peak.

KEY JOURNEY TIMES FROM SEVEN KINGS 

TO

CURRENT JOURNEY TIME

ELIZABETH LINE JOURNEY TIME

Paddington

46 mins

31 mins

Bond Street

36 mins

27 mins

Canary Wharf

29 mins

20 mins

Heathrow 2 & 3

1 hr 9 mins

56 mins

Contact us

If you have queries about the work taking place please contact Network Rail, which is delivering the Crossrail upgrades: