North Weald

North Weald

infobox UK place
country = England
official_name= North Weald
civil_parish= North Weald Bassett
population =
shire_district= Epping Forest
shire_county = Essex
region= East of England
constituency_westminster= Brentwood and Ongar
post_town= EPPING
postcode_district = CM16
postcode_area= CM
os_grid_reference= TL495045

North Weald Bassett is a village located between Chipping Ongar and Epping, in the Epping Forest district of Essex, England.

The village is also known as North Weald and is the location of North Weald Station which was a part of the London Underground Railway network between 1957, when electric tram style trains replaced the steam trains, and 1994, when the line was closed but The Epping Ongar Railway have now restored services between Ongar and Coopersale via North Weald.

To the east of North Weald can be found the first organic farm in Essex.

There is also a very rural Travelodge situated to the east of North Weald on the way to Ongar and also nearby to Ashlyns Organic Farm.



The village is lucky to be served with a numerous amount of bus services, all the routes operate frequently to Epping and Harlow.

{| class="wikitable"
Route Number
Operational Details
Ivy Chimneys "Spotted Dog"] to Chelmsford via Epping
Mon-Fri (5 return journeys)
Coopersale/Toot Hill to Harlow "Bus Station" via Epping Green
Mon-Fri (6 journeys), Saturday (3 journeys)
Coopersale/Toot Hill to Harlow via Epping Green
Mon-Fri (1 journey)
Old Harlow/Harlow to Ongar "Two Brewers" via Epping
Mon-Sat (every hour)
Old Harlow/Harlow to Warley via Ongar and Brentwood
Mon-Sat (every hour), Sunday (every 2 hours)
Loughton to Harlow "Edinburgh Way" via Debden
Mon-Fri (every hour), Saturday (4 return journeys)


The Epping Ongar Railway operates from North Weald station on Sundays every hour to Ongar. There are plans to eventually extend from North Weald to Epping.

The nearest underground station to the village is Epping where many bus routes operate to, there are also National Rail services from Harlow Mill and Harlow Town stations to London and East Anglia.

ee also

* North Weald Airfield
* Epping Ongar Railway
* Essex bus route H1

External links

* [ Epping Ongar Railway]

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