West Ham Station
West Ham station was first opened in 1901, when the line was run by the London, Tilbury and Southend Railway. These days, West Ham offers a direct interchange onto the Jubilee, District and Hammersmith & City lines. You can also connect onto the Stratford International branch of the DLR.
London Underground ticket machines for purchasing tickets on the day and Oyster top up is also available. Pick up for c2c pre-purchased tickets from this station is not available
Assistance and access
Induction loop is available. The station is step free. Customers should be aware that there is a step between train and platform of up to 200mm for London Underground services.
There are no cycle racks available in this station.
Places to go
Sport is at the heart of West Ham with Stratford and the Olympic stadium nearby. A short tube ride away is The Emirates Air Line, London’s only cable car, and Newham City Farm.