Seven Sisters to Whitechapel by train

Suggested train journey

Here is our suggested route for a train journey between Seven Sisters and Whitechapel station:

1)  From Seven Sisters take the Victoria
2)  Change train at Kings Cross St. Pancras to the Hammersmith & City
3)  Leave the train at Whitechapel

Journey: Seven Sisters → Finsbury Park → Highbury & Islington → Kings Cross St. Pancras change train Kings Cross St. Pancras → Farringdon → Barbican → Moorgate → Liverpool Street → Aldgate East → Whitechapel

Estimated time: 33 mins

Fare zones: 1, 2, 3 (what is the train fare?)

Return journey:  Whitechapel to Seven Sisters station

Remember to check if your journey will be affected by train strikes or engineering works

Note: This journey has been created by a computer program and may not be the fastest possible route. Closures, cancellations or delays might affect your journey and you should allow for extra time on top

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Train fare from Seven Sisters to Whitechapel station

For the fare between Seven Sisters station and Whitechapel, see  zones 1 to 3 fares

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Seven Sisters station

London Underground map courtesy of Transport for London
Train station:
Seven Sisters station
Train fare zone:
3
 

Whitechapel station

London Underground map courtesy of Transport for London
Train station:
Whitechapel station
Train fare zone:
2

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