What zone is Acton Central?

What zone is Acton Central?

Located between South Acton and Willesden Junction on the Overground, Acton Central connects locations across Travelcard Zones 2 and 3 using some of London’s most historic rail lines.

Which zone is East Acton?

Zone 2
East Acton is a London Underground station in East Acton in London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. The station is on the Central line, between White City and North Acton stations, and in Travelcard Zone 2.

What zone is Park Royal tube station?

Zone 3
Park Royal is a station on the Piccadilly line of the London Underground. It is between North Ealing and Alperton and is in Travelcard Zone 3. It is situated on the south side of the east–west Western Avenue (A40), surrounded by residential Ealing and industrial Park Royal.

What train line is Acton on?

Acton Central railway station is on the North London Line, between South Acton and Willesden Junction, in Travelcard Zone 3.

Is East Acton safe?

With 18 more reported crimes than Ealing Broadway, East Acton takes the top spot in April for highest levels of reported crime. The area is a hot bed for vehicle crime where levels reach 49 reported crimes. Anti-social behaviour also soars to extremely high levels with 82 reported crimes.

What is Acton famous for?

Acton was known as “Soapsuds Island” because of the large number of laundries in one place. Acton became heavily industrialised by the 1920s. The motorcar industry was particularly well represented. The most famous name was Napier’s, which built cars.

Where is North Acton tube station in London?

North Acton is a London Underground station in North Acton, west London in the London Borough of Ealing. The station is on the Central line between East Acton and Hanger Lane on the West Ruislip Branch and West Acton on the Ealing Broadway Branch .

Where are the NNML tracks at North Acton?

Tracks from the left were once two of the NNML, two GWR freight and two Central line track beds. The closer bridge carries Victoria Road; that beyond carries the North London Line.

Where can I find the London transport zones?

View a large version of the tube map or a standard PDF version of the tube map (updated February 2021). If you stay in a part of London that is not on the tube network, see the National Rail services map (pdf) to find the zone for your closest train station. What London transport zones do I need?

Can you take the tube from Zone 2 to Zone 1?

You can then take the tube/train to the zone 2 station closest to zone 1 and then use the bus to travel to and around zone 1. This only works with a weekly or monthly Travelcard, but you save a bit of money. If you stay in zone 5, a zone 1-5 weekly Travelcard is £63.30.