Barking to Nunhead - travel options by train and buses

Starting at: Barking

• Take the N15 bus to Monument Station
• Change at Monument Station
• Take the 35 bus or 133 bus to E & C / Newington Causeway
• Change at Elephant & Castle / Newington Causeway
• Take the Walk to Elephant & Castle Rail Station
• Change at Elephant & Castle Rail Station
• Take the Thameslink to Nunhead
• Change at Nunhead Rail Station

Arrive at: Nunhead

Journey time between Barking and Nunhead averages at 86 minutes


Stations passed through from Barking

  • Barking Town Centre
  • North Street
  • Barking Tesco
  • Burges Road
  • St Olave's Road
  • Altmore Avenue
  • Newham Town Hall
  • Bartle Avenue
  • Aintree Avenue
  • Dickens Road
  • Upton Park / Priory Road
  • Upton Park / Green Street
  • New City Road
  • Plaistow / Prince Regent Lane
  • Plaistow Police Station
  • Balaam Street
  • Chargeable Lane
  • Croydon Road
  • Rokeby School
  • Hermit Road
  • Rathbone Market
  • Canning Town Station
  • Abbott Road
  • Blackwall Tunnel
  • Bazely Street
  • Poplar Recreation Ground
  • Upper North Street
  • University Of Cumbria In London
  • Burdett Road
  • Limehouse Town Hall
  • Lowell Street
  • Limehouse Station
  • Stepney Methodist Church
  • Marion Richardson School
  • Exmouth Estate
  • St Mary's & St Michael's Church
  • Watney Market
  • New Road
  • London Metropolitan University
  • Aldgate East Station
  • Aldgate Station
  • Minories
  • Tower Of London
  • Great Tower Street
  • Monument Station

Local disruptions

BARKING STATION: This station is likely to be very busy between 05:45-08:15 and 16:00-17:30. Where possible travel outside of these times and consider cycling or walking, including parts of your journey. Entry is expected to be busy, please expect to queue to enter so we can help maintain the national 2 metre social distancing. Interchange is also expected to be busy. You are advised, where possible, to avoid the station during the busiest times by taking the most direct route.


Ticket price information

Fares between two stations may vary depending on the direction of travel, time of day and day of the week.

We charge higher fares at the busiest times of the day (usually between 06:30 and 09:30, and between 16:00 and 19:00, Monday to Friday).

When you pay as you go, you must touch your contactless or Oyster card on a yellow reader at the start and end of your journey.

Some journeys are charged via Zone 1 regardless of the route taken.

If your journey avoids Zone 1 and you see a pink card reader when changing trains, touch your contactless or Oyster card on it to pay the right fare.


Return journey: Nunhead to Barking


Note, the results are provided by TfL Open Data, but you should check before travelling in case of disruptions.

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