Lower Sydenham railway station
Lower Sydenham railway station is located on the boundary of London Borough of Bromley and the London Borough of Lewisham in south east London. The station serves the localities of Lower Sydenham and Southend. Served and managed by Southeastern, it is on the Hayes Line as part of its Metro routes.
The typical Monday to Saturday off-peak train service per hour is:
- 2 northbound, calling at all stations to London Cannon Street
- 2 northbound, calling at all stations to Ladywell then fast to London Bridge, Waterloo East and London Charing Cross
- 4 southbound, calling at all stations to Hayes
On Sundays this is reduced to:
- 2 northbound, calling at all stations to London Charing Cross
- 2 southbound, calling at all stations to Hayes
The station has step free access to both platforms with entrances on both sides however, the footbridges have no lifts. Lower Sydenham has two footbridges while platform 1 has a ticket office and a ticket machine. Both platform have brick built shelters and the platforms can fit 10 carriage trains.
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London Buses have one route serving the station, with another close by.
- Route 352 (Lower Sydenham - Bromley North via Park Langley). The bus serves the east side of the station and runs Monday to Saturdays only.
- Route 181 (Lewisham - Grove Park via Catford) runs close by on Southend Lane.
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Platforms looking north
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Platforms looking south
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Platform signage in Southeastern colours
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Platform information sign and footbridge
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Alternative entrance on southbound side
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A 1908 Railway Clearing House map of part of the Hayes Line, between Lower Sydenham and Elmers End, showing the now closed Addiscombe Line and W&SCR branches off the Hayes Line.