Transport Within Sidcup
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Not serviced by the underground, it is however serviced by the overground, the train station opened in 1866 here. The railway runs to Charring Cross, and Canon Street, it takes at best 20 minutes to Charring Cross. The A211 runs through Sidcup, the road runs all the way along the old Maidstone to London Road. The A20 and A2 are close by where you can easily access the coast and Channel Tunnel. It is possible to cycle around Sidcup although the provisions aren’t great. Sidcup is also serviced by a number of buses; all stations are all in zone 5.
Sidcup Stations and Bus Stations
Buses that service Sidcup include the numbers 51, 160, 229, 233, 269, 286, 321, 492, R11 and B14. The number 321 bus runs 24 hours a day. Buses connect Sidcup with Bromley, Chislehurst, Lewisham and Orpington among other areas. The main train station is Sidcup, with other stations nearby including Albany Park, Footscray Lane and Albany Park, New Etham and Bexley.