When did Cambridge North station open?
May 21, 2017
How old is Cambridge North station?
Cambridge North railway station
|21 May 2017||Opened|
What time does Cambridge train station open?
|Ticket office opening times||Monday to Friday: 06:00 to 21:00 Saturday: 07:00 to 20:00 Sunday: 08:00 to 19:00|
|Smartcards issued here||Yes|
|Top up Smartcards here||Yes|
|Validate Smartcards here||Yes|
|Smartcards information||Greater Anglia Smartcards can be obtained from www.greateranglia.co.uk/smart|
Who owns Cambridge station?
The station is managed by Greater Anglia. It is one of two railway stations in the city (the other being Cambridge North, approximately 2.5 miles (4.0 km) away).
What line is Cambridge Heath?
The small station at Cambridge Heath is just off Cambridge Heath Road, under the arches of the Overground line in one of the area’s commercial areas.
Is there a taxi rank at Cambridge North station?
Licensed taxi operators are situated on the station front. No.
Does Cambridge North have barriers?
The standard barriers open automatically away from you and have a width of 63cm. The accessible barriers open automatically away from you and have a width of 106cm. The accessible barriers are ideal for wheelchair users or passengers with children or luggage.
How many platforms are there at Cambridge station?
Cambridge station has eight platforms, including the third-longest railway platform in the UK at 470 metres.
Is there a lift at Cambridge station?
There is a lift for public use. The lift is located on platforms 7 and 8. The lift is a standard lift. The floors which are accessible by this lift are G and 1.
How many platforms does Cambridge have?
When was Cambridge station built?
The station’s first brick was laid on 10 April, 1845. It – and the new line between Cambridge and Bishop’s Stortford – opened just three months later on 29 July that year, initially serving Bishopsgate station in London via Stratford and Bishops Stortford. The line between Cambridge and Norwich opened a day later.
Is Cambridge Heath station closed?
Cambridge Heath railway station
|17 February 1986||Temporarily closed|
|15 March 1986||Reopened|
|External links||Departures Layout Facilities Buses|
Who are the Cambridge Science Park?
Get in touch with our helpful team to find out all about who we are and how we work. The Cambridge Science Park was established 48 years ago when Trinity College Cambridge embraced the concept that would change the hi-tech sector in Cambridge, the UK and beyond.
Where is Cambridge North Station?
Cambridge North Station is located on Cowley Road. The station opened in May 2017. There is a direct train to Cambridge North from 43 stations including the lines served by London King’s Cross, London Liverpool Street, Ely, King’s Lynn, Peterborough and Norwich.
What is the Trinity Science Park?
Trinity owns the freehold of the Cambridge Science Park, which today comprises 150 acres, 1.7 million sq ft of high technology and laboratory buildings. It’s home to 7000 people at over 130 companies, ranging from exciting start-ups to some of the world’s leading technology businesses.
Is the science centre open to students?
The Science Centre is now open for school visits throughout the week. Visit and take part in one of spectacular shows. Alternatively, our team of experienced science communicators can bring our shows and workshops to your classroom. If you prefer to stay virtual, we are continuing to run our VirtualSchoolTrip programme.