Surrey Canal Road station

Surrey Canal Road station

Surrey Canal Road is a proposed station to be built on the East London Railway which will eventually become part of the London Overground. It will be built on a spur from Surrey Quays connecting the East London Line to the South London Line just North of Queens Road Peckham. It is near to the Old Kent Road station which closed in 1911, when the viaduct carrying trains from Shoreditch to Peckham was abandoned.


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