St. Helier railway station
|Local authority||London Borough of Merton|
Transport for London
|Number of platforms||2|
|5th January 1930||St Helier railway station opened|
|WGS84||51°23′24″N 0°11′55″W / 51.3901°N 0.1985°WCoordinates: 51°23′24″N 0°11′55″W / 51.3901°N 0.1985°W|
St Helier railway station opened in 1930. The only operator for the station is Thameslink. The station is in Fare Zone 4.
Platforms[change | change source]
There are two platforms for this station. Platform 1 is for trains towards Luton. Platform 2 is for trains towards Sutton (Surrey).
Frequency[change | change source]
This list shows the frequency of trains on typical off-peak hours.
Up (northbound)[change | change source]
- 2 trains to Luton via Wimbledon station
Down (southbound)[change | change source]
- 2 trains to Sutton (Surrey)
Buses[change | change source]
London buses route 154 and S4 operates at this station.
Departures[change | change source]
This table shows the departures from this station with the calling points and the time that is taken to get to the end of the line.
|Train||Towards||Calling Points||Approximate Journey Time|
|Thameslink||Luton||Morden South, South Merton, WImbledon Chase, Wimbledon station, Haydons Road, Tooting, Streatham, Tulse Hill, Herne Hill railway station, Loughborough Junction, Elephant and Castle, Blackfriars station, City Thameslink, Farringdon station, St Pancras station, Kentish Town, West Hampstead Thameslink, Cricklewood, Hendon, Mill Hill Broadway, Elstree & Borehamwood, Radlett, St Albans, Harpenden, Luton Airport||1 hour 49 minutes|
|Thameslink||Sutton (Surrey)||Sutton Common railway station, West Sutton railway station||3 minutes|