Putney Railway Station

Putney Railway Station

Putney Railway Station serves Putney district in the London Borough of Wandsworth. The station is in the southwest London straddling Travelcard zone two and zone three. The station is 5 miles 72 chains under the line from London Waterloo.



  • The wheelchair is available for disabled people at this railway station.
  • You can get your ticket through the ticket machine and do not have to wait in the lengthy lines.
  • Station has different customer help points to provide information to the people.
  • There are national key toilets at the station.
  • Public telephones are also available to facilitate customers.
  • There is a ramp for train access.
  • Impaired Accessible Booking Office Counter is also available.
  • Station Buffet is available for Dining & Shopping.
  • Here you can also find the “Impaired Access Ticket Gate”.


Four Trains indirectly serve to Waterloo. Two via Kingston Loop and two via Hounslow loop. Six trains directly serve the London Waterloo. Among them, two trains are semi-fast trains and have stops at Vauxhall and Clapham Junction. The other four trains take the shortest track to reach the London Waterloo.


Different buses routes serve the Putney Railway Station. Putney has a 24-hour bus service. You can get bus 14, 37, 39 as well as 85, 93, 337, 424 and 430. The night route N74 also serve this station.


South Western Railway manages the station and all trains which are providing services. The Putney Railway Station has four platforms, and it is 500 meters away from East Putney Underground station. This station was started when the 9-Elms to Richmond line came into service on July 27, 1846. It was reconstructed in 1885 when the course was turned to quadruple just like it is today.


AddressPutney, London