Stratford station is located in East London, providing access to both National Rail and London Underground train services, including the DLR. Stratford is a zone 2/3 boundary station on the London Underground, within the Oyster Card zone. Valid tickets for either zone will be accepted.
c2c operates westbound services between Stratford London and Fenchurch Street/London Liverpool Street, while eastbound services travel to Grays, Southend Central and Shoeburyness.
Convenient access to Westfield Stratford City
Stratford train station is just steps away from Westfield Stratford City, Europe’s largest urban shopping centre. Westfield is one of London’s top shopping destinations, with over 300 stores, including John Lewis, Marks and Spencer, Primark and Waitrose.
Westfield Stratford City is also a great choice for dining - there are more than 70 restaurants to choose from, so you’ll be spoilt for choice. Close to every international cuisine which has made it over to these shores can be found here. Additionally, The Great Eastern Market has an array of unique pop-up restaurants, independent food stalls and cooking demonstrations.
Visiting Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
Stratford was the epicentre of the London 2012 Olympics and the legacy of the games lives on in the many attractions and vibrant culture. The Olympic Park is just a few minutes’ walk from Stratford train station, and a great day out with friends or family.
Visitors can enjoy the stunning Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, which features the London Aquatic Centre and the Lee Valley VeloPark. Why not take in the vast views of the capital in the ArcelorMittal Orbit, the UK’s tallest sculpture?
Going on a night out in Stratford?
Sport is now Stratford’s corner stone and what better way to spend an evening than watching the London Lions basketball team at The Copper Box? If sport is not your thing, then why not try your luck at the Aspers Casino or live it up at Searcys Champagne Bar? If you are with the family, head over to All Star Lanes for a round of bowling. Stratford station is conveniently located for all, with trains running throughout the evening.
Assistance and access
Stratford station is committed to providing assistance for those who require it. The station provides step free access and has connecting lifts, while accessible ticket machines and counters are available. There is an induction loop for the hard of hearing.
Staff assistance at the station is available on request - please call 0800 028 28 78. Assistance is available 24 hours a day.
Up to 200 cycled store spaces are available, located outside the front of Stratford station, and are covered by CCTV. There is no cycle hire available.
Stratford station ticket office is open Monday - Sunday 6:15-21:30. Machines for pre-paid ticket collection and Oyster top up are also available.
Live Departure Board
The departure board will be refreshed automatically every 2 minutes
|Available||Collection of Pre Purchased Tickets|
|Available||Oyster Pre Paid|
|Available||Oyster Top Up|
|Available||Travelcard Area||Zone 2/3|
|Available||Pay Phones||Cards and Coins|
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0800 028 28 78
|Available||Customer Help Points|
|Available||Accessible Ticket Office Counter|
|Available||Ramp for train access|
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|Available||National key toilets|
|Available||Step free access coverage||All station
Lift access available to all platforms.
|Unavailable||Impaired mobility set down|
|Available||Cycle storage availability|
|Available||Cycle storage CCTV|
|Cycle storage location||Note that these are Council-owned cycle racks, located outside the front of the station|
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|Available||Cycle storage # spaces||200|
|Cycle storage type||Stands|
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Replacement bus services will depart from bus stop M on Angel Road
Transport for London buses operate from outside the station
|Unavailable||Car hire services|
|Available||Car Park: Station Car Park||