Goodmayes Station to close in August

PUBLISHED: 17:30 20 July 2018 | UPDATED: 17:30 20 July 2018

Tickets will be accepted on the number 86 bus. Picture: Kris Wood/TfL

Tickets will be accepted on the number 86 bus. Picture: Kris Wood/TfL

Kris Wood

There will be no service at Goodmayes station for eight days.

Trains will not stop at the transport facility in Goodmayes Road between Sunday, August, 5 and Sunday, August 12 while vital bridge work is being carried out by Network Rail.

Residents who usually travel from Goodmayes Station can take bus number 86 to Seven Kings Station or Chadwell Heath Station or walk there in 15 mins and 25 minutes respectively.

Residents travelling to Goodmayes Station from Liverpool street should alight at Seven Kings and uses bus route 86 from stop M.

Customers travelling from stations between Shenfield and Goodmayes should alight at Chadwell Heath and use bus route 86 stop D.

Due to the bridge works, printed single, return and season tickets will be accepted on the 86 and at Seven Kings and Chadwell Heath stations.

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