Harrow & Wealdstone station
The Bridge, High Street
The lifts are out of order between platform 1 and exit at Harrow & Wealdstone station.
Ticket buying & collection
Oyster Pre Pay:
Ticket Office Note:
Wealdstone Side of the Station in the Ticket Hall
Lost Property Contact Available:
0845 330 9882
Contact TFL Customer Services on: 0343 222 1234
Customer Help Points:
Newsagent on Platform 1.
Telephones (Cards & Coins):
Male, female and unisex accessible in the Sandridge Close ticket hall - no charge.
Waiting Room Note:
Waiting rooms on Platforms 6, 4/5, 2/3 and 1.
National Car Parks Ltd
Car Parking Contact Available:
0845 050 7080
Cycle Storage Availability:
outside station by car park in Sandridge Close
Cycle Storage CCTV:
Bus Service Note:
Please see TfL's interactive map for details of bus routes and destinations served: http://www.journeyplanner.org/im/SI-C.html
Accessible Booking Office Counter:
Accessible Booking Office Counter Note:
Ticket office staff provide assistance where possible. See ticket office opening hours.
Accessible Public Telephones:
Accessible Toilets Note:
Standard key, not RADAR - ask staff for assistance.
Ramp For Train Access:
Step Free Access:
Step Free Access Note:
station has step-free access to all platforms. There is level access from the Sandridge Close entrance to platform 1 and ramped access from the Wealdstone entrance to platform 6. Lifts are available to all other platforms, accessible from both entrances.
Accessible Taxis Note:
Contact taxi operator directly
Accessible Ticket Machines:
Accessible Ticket Machines Note:
Accessible ticket machines sell tickets suitable for use on London Underground services, including Daily and Weekly Travelcards.
Impaired Mobility Set Down:
Impaired Mobility Set Down Note:
Sandring Close entrance - Drop-off point close by with drop curb but no safe crossing.
Staff Help Available:
Staff Help Available Opening Times:
Monday to Friday 5:10 AM to 12:50 AM
Saturday 5:10 AM to 2:40 AM
Sunday 6:55 AM to 12:40 AM
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The information in this document was generated 10/08/2022 07:31:22