Category Archives: Liverpool Street network

Walk 19: Romford walk to Upminster

ROMFORD walk to UPMINSTER The train line was opened in 1893 as a branch railway connecting the East Anglia main line with the Tilbury docks. It remains a minor branch railway but plans to close it in the 1960s were … Continue reading

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Walk 18: Harold Wood walk to Brentwood

HAROLD WOOD walk to BRENTWOOD The train line is one of the oldest in London and was opened in 1839. Routing note: This walk connects in Harold Wood with walk 17. I have not walked this particular route, so that … Continue reading

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Walk 17: Romford walk to Harold Wood

ROMFORD walk to HAROLD WOOD 2 1/2 hours The train line is one of the oldest in London and was opened in 1839. Routing note: This walks connects in Romford to walks 16 and 19. I had to include significant … Continue reading

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Walk 16: Chadwell Heath walk to Romford

CHADWELL HEATH walk to ROMFORD 1 3/4 hours The train line is one of the oldest in London and was opened in 1839. Routing note: this walk connects in Chadwell Heath with walk 15. It connects in Romford with walks … Continue reading

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Walk 15: Ilford walk to Chadwell Heath

ILFORD walk to CHADWELL HEATH 1 3/4 hours The train line is one of the oldest in London and was opened in 1839. Routing note: This walk connects in Ilford with walk 14. It connects in Chadwell Heath with walk … Continue reading

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Walk 14: Stratford walk to Ilford

STRATFORD walk to ILFORD 2 1/2 hours The train line is one of the oldest in London and was opened in 1839. Routing note: I suggest making detours along the way through Wanstead Flats, an area with no marked paths. … Continue reading

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Walk 13: Liverpool Street walk to Stratford

LIVERPOOL STREET walk to STRATFORD 2 hours The so-called Great Eastern Main Line is one of the oldest train lines in London, a first section being opened in 1839. At that time, trains coming from Stratford stopped at a temporary … Continue reading

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