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Cutty Sark for Maritime Greenwich station - Greenwich

Cutty Sark for Maritime Greenwich station

Cutty Sark for Maritime Greenwich station

The Cutty Sark for Maritime Greenwich station is at the heart of Greenwich.
The station is served by the Docklands Light Rail (DLR).
The station opened in 1999 and is one of 3 complete underground railway stations on the line.

The Bank tube station is the final destination of the DLR from Greenwich.

Real time PubliC Transportation info on the Greenwich map.

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Type: Train

Website: http://www.tfl.gov.uk/maps/track/dlr

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  • Updated Dec 10, 2014
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Greenwich foot tunnel - Greenwich

Greenwich foot tunnel

Greenwich foot tunnel

You can walk to Greenwich from the other side of the river using the Greenwich foot tunnel.
The tunnel opened in 1902, replacing a ferry connection from the Docklands.
At the start only stairs were available, but not much later lifts were added to reach the tunnel 15 meters lower.

The tunnel is part of the UK's National Cycle Route 1, that runs from Inverness to Dover.

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Type: Other

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  • Written Dec 1, 2014
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O2 Dome Bus station - North Greenwich - Greenwich

O2 Dome Bus station - North Greenwich

O2 Dome Bus station - North Greenwich

Next to the O2 Dome at North Greenwich is the Bus station located.

The North Greenwich bus station is served by these buses:
-108 Stratford Bus Station and Lewisham Bus Station
-129 Greenwich Town Centre / Cutty Sark
-132 Geddes Place
-161 Chislehurst War Memorial
-188 Russell Square Station
-422 Bexleyheath Bus Garage
-472 Thamesmead Town Centre
-486 Friswell Place

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Phone: +44-20-72221234

Type: Bus

Website: http://www.tfl.gov.uk

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Aug 2, 2013
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North Greenwich Pier at The O2 Dome - Greenwich

North Greenwich Pier at The O2 Dome

Thames Clippers

The Thames Clippers company offers a transportation to Central London by boat from the North Greenwich Pier at The O2 Dome. From The London Bridge Pier the journey is 30 minutes; from the Waterloo Pier the journey takes 29 minutes.

Ticket price: A single journey on The O2 express is £6.

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Type: Ship/Boat

Website: http://www.thamesclippers.com/

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Oct 20, 2010
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North Greenwich underground station - Greenwich

North Greenwich underground station

The North Greenwich underground station

The Jubilee tube line offers a quick journey from central London to North Greenwich.

The North Greenwich station is a very modern one with sliding door on the platforms for maximum security. It was opened in May 1999.

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Type: Train

Website: http://www.cabe.org.uk/case-studies/north-greenwich-underground-station

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  • Written Oct 20, 2010
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