Hammersmith station

Hammersmith train station

Hammersmith train station
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Hammersmith Station,
United Kingdom
Fare zone:
Hammersmith is in Zone 2

Circle Line

District Line

Hammersmith & City

Piccadilly Line

Station closures on the Circle, District, Hammersmith & City and Piccadilly lines

Plan your journey from Hammersmith

Plan your journey between Hammersmith and another London Underground station

Train journey from Hammersmith station

Train fare from Hammersmith underground station

Train fares to Hammersmith (zone 2)

Child fares to Hammersmith (zone 2)

Hammersmith station maps

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Hammersmith station facilities

Lifts no Escalators no Toilets no Cash machine no Photo booth no Pay phone yes


Getting to Hammersmith train station

Car park no Car parks near Hammersmith
Minicab companies near Hammersmith
Bus 9, 10, 27, 33, 72, 190, 209, 211, 220, 266, 267, 283, 295, 391, 419, 485, 609, H91

Alternative stations close to Hammersmith train station: Ravenscourt Park station, Barons Court station and Goldhawk Road

The facilties and ticket office hours at Hammersmith station are always subject to change. We advise you to check the details with London Transport.

Talk about Hammersmith tube station

  • Admin – “not by train, because Battersea Park is an overground station, and Hammersmith is an underground stationYou can get the 211 bus to Ebury Street, and then change to the 44 bus to Battersea Park. It will probably take about 40 minutes”
  •  Guest – “please can you advise me if there is a ticket office in hammersmith as I have been issued with a discount fare card from my local job centre I already have an oyster card but need to find somewhere I can take both cards so they can be combined.sue c”
  • Admin – “Pretty sure it's been removed and replaced with self-service machines.Theyve been removing all the ticket offices from all the underground stations.If you need a manned ticket office then you have to go to a station that serves national rail -- somewhere like Victoria, for example.”

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