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Overground Rail Travel

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Enfield has a total of 18 National Rail stations, located right across the Borough.

Rail Passenger Numbers by Station in Enfield: 2011/2012

Change in Passenger Numbers: 2007/08 – 2011/12
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Source: Office of Rail Regulation

Edmonton Green is the Borough's busiest National Rail Station, with a total of over 2 million entry and exits from the station in 2011/12. Angel Road was the Borough’s least used station, with just over 28,000 entries and exits.

Change in Passenger Numbers in Enfield: 2007/2008 – 2011/2012

Rail Passenger Numbers by Station: 2011/12
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Source: Office of Rail Regulation

Whilst Edmonton Green is the Borough’s busiest National Rail station, over the last 5 years it has actually seen a fall in usage of around 8.7%. During the same period, Crews Hill station, just below the M25 in the north of the Borough, has seen an increase in usage of 225%. Other stations witnessing increases in usage over the last five years are Ponders End, New Southgate and Silver Street. The stations with the largest decreases in activity have been Angel Road (24%) and Turkey Street (21%).

Further information on this topic is available from:

Enfield Core Strategy

Enfield Council: Regeneration

Enfield Transport Strategy

Sustainable Modes of Travel Strategy

Transport in Enfield

This page was last updated on 09-Jun-2015.