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Stamford Hill Station (SMH)

London Overground Stamford Hill Station-SMH

London Overground Stamford Hill Station

Details of London Overground's tamford Hill Station, including Address, Service Pattern and History.

Stamford Hill Station

Address: Amhurst Park, Stamford Hill, London N16 5AG
Opened: 22 July 1872
Station Code: SMH
Fare Zone: 3

London Overground Line(s) Served:

Lea Valley Lines (Cheshunt & Enfield Town Branches)

Service Pattern(s):

Two trains per hour to Cheshunt
Enfield Town
Peak: Four trains per hour
Off-Peak: Two trains per hour
London Liverpool Street
Peak: Six trains per hour
Off-Peak: Four trains per hour

Station History

Stamford Hill was opened by the Great Eastern Railway (GER) on their Stoke Newington & Edmonton Railway line on 22nd July 1872.

Grouping of the railways in 1923 saw the GER become part of the London North Eastern Railway and the station and line transferred to the new company. Nationalisation in 1948 saw the LNER absorbed into the British Railways Eastern Region.

Electrification of the line between Liverpool Street and Enfield/Cheshunt was completed on 21st November 1960.

On 31st May 2015, mainline services through the station changed ownership, with London Overground taking over from Abellio Greater Anglia