Southwark to Oakwood by train

Suggested train journey

Here is our suggested route for a train journey between Southwark and Oakwood station:

1)  From Southwark take the Jubilee
2)  Change train at London Bridge to the Northern
3)  Change train at Kings Cross St. Pancras to the Piccadilly
4)  Leave the train at Oakwood

Journey: Southwark → London Bridge change train London Bridge → Bank → Moorgate → Old Street → Angel → Kings Cross St. Pancras change train Kings Cross St. Pancras → Caledonian Road → Holloway Road → Arsenal → Finsbury Park → Manor House → Turnpike Lane → Wood Green → Bounds Green → Arnos Grove → Southgate → Oakwood

Estimated time: 60 mins

Fare zones: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (what is the train fare?)

Return journey:  Oakwood to Southwark 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

Questions about this journey

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Southwark station

London Underground map courtesy of Transport for London
Train station:
Southwark station
Train fare zone:
1

Car parks:  Parking near Southwark train station

Minicabs:  Taxi cab firms near Southwark station

Alternative train stations nearby:
Waterloo to Oakwood, Borough to Oakwood or Blackfriars to Oakwood

 

Oakwood station

London Underground map courtesy of Transport for London
Train station:
Oakwood station
Train fare zone:
5
 
 
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