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Trains to and from

Barking Station

Barking Station is one of the oldest stations along our line, with its grade II listed booking hall and history dating back to 1854. Once you’ve caught a train to Barking Station, you can then take the Hammersmith and City line, London Overground line to Gospel Oak or the District Line.

Station facilities

  • Accessibility

    Helpline

    03457 44 44 22
    Mon To Sun : 00:00 - 00:00

    Yes

    Customer Help Points

    Yes

    Staff Help

    Yes

    Accessible Ticket Office Counter

    Yes

    Induction Loop

    Yes

    Ramp for train access

    No

    Accessible public telephones

    No

    National key toilets

    Yes

    Step free access coverage

    Lift from Platform Level to Concourse Level on Platform 1. Please use the help point to call for staff assistance to/from street level.

    Use subways between other platforms to reach Platform 1.

    Yes

    Impaired mobility set down

    Outside entrance on Station Parade

    Yes

    Accessible taxis

    Yes

    Wheelchairs

    No
  • Toilets and facilities

    Toilets

    Yes

    Baby Changing

    Yes

    Seated Area

    Yes

    Waiting Room

    Closed until further notice

    No

    Trolleys

    No

    Refreshment Facilities

    Yes

    Post Box

    No

    Tourist Information Office

    No

    Shops

    Yes

    WiFi

    Yes

    ATM Machine

    Yes

    Left Luggage

    No

    Lost Property

    Closed on Christmas Day and Boxing Day

    Yes
  • Buying tickets at this station

    Ticket Office

    Monday - Friday 05:15 - 23:00
    Saturday 05:15 - 23:00
    Sunday 06:45 - 10:45

    Yes

    Collection of Pre Purchased Tickets

    Yes

    Oyster Pre Paid

    Yes

    Oyster Top Up

    Yes

    Travelcard Area

    Zone 4

    Yes
  • Continuing your journey

    Cycle storage availability

    Yes

    Rail replacement services location

    London Overground Rail Replacement buses:

    Eastbound towards Barking (terminating) at bus stop H in Station Parade.

    Westbound towards Walthamstow Central use bus stop K in Station Parade.

    c2c Rail Replacement buses outside the front of the station near KFC.

    Yes

    Taxi rank

    Outside entrance on Station Parade

    Yes

    Tube/ Underground connection

    District Line - Platforms 2 & 6

    Hammersmith & City Line - Platforms 3/6

    London Overground - Platforms 1/7 & 8

    Please check departure screens prior to making your way to the platform 

    Yes

    Airport services

    No

    Cycle hire

    No

    Car park

    No

    Onward Travel

    Information to plan your onward journey is available in a printable format here

    Yes

    Port

    No

Getting the train to & from Barking Station

Nearby stations

Barking Station is connected directly to the District line, Hammersmith and City line, and the London Overground line to Gospel Oak

Train journey times (average)

To Gospel Oak — 37 mins

To London Fenchurch Street — 20 mins

To Leigh-on-Sea — 30 mins

Check your trains to Barking Station

Find weekday and weekend timetable information on our timetable and service alteration page

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Barking Station, Station Parade, Barking, Greater London, IG11 8TU

icon-time.svgTicket office opening times

Mon-Fri from 5:15 am to 11:00 pm

Sat from 5:15 am to 11:00 pm

Sun from 6:15 am to 10:45 am

How can we help?

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    • What Zone is Barking Station in?

      Barking Station is in Zone 4.

    • Does Barking Station have lifts?

      Barking Station has a lift offering access from the concourse level to Platform 1. Please use the help point to call for staff assistance to/from street level. Use subways between other platforms to reach Platform 1.

    Places to go near Barking Station

    Take a train to Barking Station and you’re only moments from Barking Town Square, a beautiful urban public space. Why not take a stroll in the beautiful walled gardens of the nearby National Trust site Eastbury House or explore the historic ruins of Barking Abbey? Or discover more days out by train below.

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