|Type:||Transport for London
Watford DC Line &
The Bakerloo Line also stops at South Kenton though services ended in 1982 before being restored two years later. Due to the platform being built for standard size stock there is a bit of a step down (or step up) for passengers on Bakerloo Line tube trains. Transport for London took over management of the station in 2007 with the advent of London Overground.
The station has a single island platform accessed via a pedestrian tunnel (originally the platform was reached via a footbridge). The ticket office for the station is on the platform. Due to the lack of available space the station does not have ticket barriers, being one of the few London Underground stations without them.
|London Euston bound LO 378 218 stops at the station|
|Art Deco waiting room|
|Viewed from the platform, Southern 377 705 passes on the WCML|
|A Northbound Bakerloo Line 72ts train waits to depart|
|Bakerloo Line trains require a step down from the platform|
|Although a third & fourth rail station overhead line catenary masts are based on the platform|
 Jason Cross, London Underground Guide 2017 (Train Crazy, 2017) p. 126