Upper Holloway London Overground Station

Upper Holloway (UHL) London Overground Station

Address: Holloway Road, N19 4DJ | Opened: July 1868 | Station Code: UHL | Fare Zone: 2
London Overground Line(s) Served: Gospel Oak to Barking Line

Service Pattern(s)

Gospel Oak to Barking Line: 4 Trains per hour


History

Upper Holloway was opened on 21 July 1868 by the Tottenham & Hampstead Joint Railway on their line between Tottenham North Junction (on the Great Eastern Railway) and Highgate Road. However, the service was a commercial failure and ceased operation entirely in January 1870. The Midland Railway constructed an extension of the line to their station at Kentish Town and services re-commenced in October 1870.


Notes: Upper Holloway is an official TfL Out of Station Interchange with Archway London Underground station on the Northern Line, which is located 0.3miles away.


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