The area around Tottenham Hale is famous for its industrial character.
Sights and places of interest
Enrich your day out to Tottenham Hale by visiting or looking out for:
- Blue Plaque: HOWARD, Luke (1772-1864)
- Bruce Castle Museum
- TOWER TO SOUTH WEST OF BRUCE CASTLE
- BRUCE CASTLE
- SPRINGFIELD PARK
- Blue Plaque: HOWARD, Ebenezer (1850-1928)
- Supper Club Tube
- Blue Plaque: ROE, Alliott Verdon (1877-1958) a.k.a. A.V. Roe
- William Morris Gallery
- Abney Park Cemetery
Planning your journey
Facilities at Tottenham Hale station
The toilets and accessible toilets are located on Platform 2
|Staff Help Available||
Assistance is provided by station staff during the hours of train service operation. Booking is recommended.
Monday To Friday - 06:00-20:00
Saturday - 07:15-19:40
Sunday - 08:15-15:45
|Impaired Mobility Set Down|
|Ramp For Train Access||
|Step Free Access||
Step free access to the north-bound (Stansted and Cambridge) platform only. Lifts have just been installed to access the London bound platform but are going through a service introductory testing phase and are currently unavailable.
This station is a category B3 station according to ORR station classification system. https://www.orr.gov.uk/media/10955
Assistance meeting point is the ticket office.
|National Key Toilets||
|Accessible Taxis||Details of nearest taxis are shown on station information poster|
|Accessible Ticket Machines||
|Height Adjusted Ticket Office Counter|
|Nearest Stations With More Facilities|