Highbury & Islington station

Highbury & Islington train station

Highbury & Islington train station
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Highbury & Islington Station, Holloway Road,
London N5 1RA
United Kingdom
Fare zone:
Highbury & Islington is in Zone 2

London Overground

Victoria Line

National Rail

Station closures on the London Overground and Victoria lines

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Highbury & Islington station facilities

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


Getting to Highbury & Islington train station

Car park noCar parks near Highbury & Islington
Minicab companies near Highbury & Islington
Bus 4, 19, 30, 43, 271, 277, 393

Alternative stations close to Highbury & Islington train station: Caledonian Road station, Holloway Road station and Angel

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

Talk about Highbury & Islington tube station

  •  Guest – “This station in north London serves the London Underground's Victoria Line and on the busy London Overground line between Stratford and Richmond. Since 2010, new routes to Clapham Junction, New Cross, Crystal Palace and West Croydon were included. It is easier now getting to other parts of the capital especially in the southern suburban areas.”
  •  Guest – “Will Highbury and Islington overground station be affected by u/g rail strike tomorrow 9th July?”
  • Admin – “it's supposed to just be the London Underground staff who are going on strike, but the overground lines are bound to be affected.it will likely be incredibly busy, because there will be less staff in the station, and more people trying to use it. i would definitely allow for some extra time(if you mean the London Overground line, rather than the National Rail trains, then that will definitely be affected -- because the London Overground line is classed as an underground line)”

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