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Finsbury Park station Station Place Seven Sisters Road Finsbury Park Greater London
Discretion is shown and assistance is provided where appropriate
Accessible Public Telephones, Accessible Taxis, Accessible Ticket Machines, Customer Help Points, Impaired Mobility Set Down, National Key Toilets, Ramp For Train Access, Step Free Access, Wheelchairs Available
Ticket offices available at the Ticket Hall
Information to plan your onward journey is available in a printable format�
During Periods of engineering work, rail replacement buses will pick up and set down as detailed below. Look for buses displaying a yellow banner with the wording Rail Replacement Service. Customers travelling to Hornsey and Harringay should use local bus routes W3 and 29. Southbound buses will stop on the far side of Seven Sisters Road under the railway bridge. Northbound buses will stop on the near side of Seven Sisters Road Buses to Hornsey will stop directly outside the station exit. The departure point for buses to Alexandra Palace and to the North may vary from day-to-day. At times when buses are operating, bus co-ordinators will be able to show you to your service. These bus co-ordinators will be wearing high visibility yellow jackets. (When trains are not working between Finsbury Park and Kings Cross customers may wish to use London Underground Piccadilly or Victoria Line services to London Kings Cross St.Pancras).
London Overground buses:
Use bus stop R�in Seven Sisters Road for eastbound buses to Seven Sisters
Use bus top S in Seven Sisters Road for westbound services to Gospel Oak
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