How To Say 'Albany Park' Audio
Phonetics For 'Albany Park'?
ɔl:bə:nee park not al:beɪ:nee
A Quick Overview of Albany Park
Albany Park Railway Station is in Steynton Avenue, Albany Park, a suburban area in south-east London, England. It is situated in the London Borough of Bexley, Kent. The name Albany Park was given to the area when its local station on the Dartford Loop Line was opened on 7 July 1935, following the building of a new housing estate nearby.
It is in Travel Zone 5 and trails run 24 hours. There is a ticket office and a ticket machine. Card and coin payphones are available, but there are no toilets or waiting rooms.
- It’s not suitable for wheelchairs: the nearest accessible station is Sidcup.
- Wheelchairs are, however, available and there is a ramp for train access.
- You can buy or top up your Oyster card at Albany Park Railway Station.