Welcome to The Station , Richmond , North Yorkshire .
Richmond has seven platforms, 1 and 2 are used for mainline South West Trains services, 3 and 4 are mainly for London Overground services and 5, 6 and 7 for London Underground trains. Step – free access to all platforms is via staff-operated lifts. Toilets are located on the lower concourse.
Richmond Park is an interesting one, going all the way from Zone 3 in the north and east, to Zone 4 in the west and Zone 6 in the south.
The toilets are located in the platform level Concourse area. The National key toilets are located at the platform level Concourse area; these toilets are operated by a radar key.
Catterick Camp railway station was a railway station in what is now the Richmondshire district of North Yorkshire, England. Catterick Camp railway station .
Richmond station is a National Rail and London Underground station managed by South West Trains. It is on the South West Trains Waterloo to Reading line, the London Underground District line and also the London Overground North London Line.
Richmond station (London)
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Take the train to the Richmond – Main Street Station (RVM) if you want to be in the heart of the city, or to the Richmond – Staples Mill Road Station (RVR), where you’re just a cab ride away.
Transport for London (TfL) today announced the locations of 30 new shops and newsagents where people can now buy and top-up Oyster across Richmond upon Thames.
Shooter’s Hill (or Shooters Hill ) is a district in South East London within the Royal Borough of Greenwich. It borders the London Borough of Bexley. It lies north of Eltham and south of Woolwich.
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Within London, all London Underground , National Rail , London Overground , TfL Rail and Docklands Light Railway stations are assigned to six fare zones. Fare zone 1 covers the central area and fare zones 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 form concentric rings around it.
There are a surprising number of stations that offer all types of toilets outside the ticket gateline, including all the Heathrow Terminals, Hammersmith, St John’s Wood, Paddington, Queensbury and Liverpool Street.
Many of the toilets are free of charge, but you’d better hope your wallet isn’t empty if you want to spend a penny in any of the station toilets mapped with an asterisk — those will charge up to 50p for your patronage. If you’re travelling on the northern end of the Jubilee line, urine luck (sorry).
There are ladies and gents toilets off the passage between the Street Level Concourse and the car park. As you approach the exit, turn left into the recess, the ladies toilets are to your right, whilst the gents are to your left.