Hampstead Transportation

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    Train to Hampstead

    by Britannia2 Written Feb 21, 2012

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    Overground train

    The London Overground is a revamped and improved rail system that takes new electric trains around the London area - there is just one gap in the network on South London as I write this (early 2012) but eventually it will be possible to take a circular ride around London.
    The line stops in Hampstead at Hampstead Heath station - this station is indeed very handy for the Heath but also a short walk along Keats Grove in the other direction towards Hampstead centre.

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    Bus to Hampstead

    by Britannia2 Updated Nov 14, 2009

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    Bus in Hampstead
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    There are two services to the main part of Hampstead ( the area around the tube station) - a 46 (to Lancaster Gate) and a 268 (to Golders Green). Other buses do stop near Hampstead Heath overground station and the Royal Free Hospital but these are some distance from the main part of the village.
    Travellers should buy a travel pass such as a day pass or Oyster card as individual trips are very expensive at £2 for a single journey.

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    Tube to Hampstead

    by Britannia2 Written Nov 14, 2009

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    Hampstead tube station

    Northern Line trains serve Hampstead and it is on the Edgware branch of the Northern Line, between Golders Green and Belsize Park stations - coming rom central London it is sometimes required to change Northern Line trains at Camden Town to gain the Edgeware branch.
    The station was opened in 1907 and is located at the junction of Heath Street and Hampstead High Street, the name Heath Street was proposed for the station before opening.The original tiled station signs on the recently restored platform walls still read "Heath Street". Hampstead is on a steep hill and the station platforms are the deepest on the London Underground network, at 58.5 metres or 192 feet below ground level. It has the deepest lift shaft on the Underground at 181 feet.

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    By Tube or By Bus

    by Sharon Updated Apr 5, 2003

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    In Hampstead Station

    To get to Hampstead You have to get on the Northern Line (Black line) Edgware Branch, and get off at Hampstead station.

    Busses comes from a few directions, depends where you come from, just check in the buss stations.
    However From Camden Town you can take the 168 bus.
    From Swiss cottage take the 268 or 46 Bus.

    And taxi Drivers ofcours... but thats the expensive option.

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    Hamstead underground.

    by benazer Written Nov 16, 2004

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    Hamstead

    No need really for an underground station at Hamstead,everyone has the latest luxry car here.

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