Barnes Bridge station

"Barnes Bridge" redirects here. For the bridge over the River Thames, see Barnes Railway Bridge.
Barnes Bridge
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Northern station entrance
Barnes Bridge
Barnes Bridge
Location of Barnes Bridge in Greater London
Location Barnes
Local authority London Borough of Richmond upon Thames
Managed by South West Trains
Station code BNI
Number of platforms 2
Fare zone 3

National Rail annual entry and exit
2004–05 0.118 million[1]
2005–06 0.144 million[1]
2006–07 0.352 million[1]
2007–08 0.467 million[1]
2008–09 0.488 million[1]
2009–10 0.517 million[1]
2010–11 Increase 0.581 million[1]

1916 Opened

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    UK Railways portalCoordinates: 51°28′20″N 0°15′08″W / 51.4722°N 0.2523°W / 51.4722; -0.2523

    Barnes Bridge railway station is in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, in south west London, and is in Travelcard Zone 3. The station and all trains serving it are operated by South West Trains. It is on the Hounslow Loop Line 12 km (7½ miles) south west of London Waterloo.

    Template:Clearleft It was opened on 12 March 1916 on the Surrey side of the River Thames on the embankment leading to Barnes Railway Bridge, whence its name. The station has an ornate entrance facing the river. Stairs lead up to the two platforms, each with a modest shelter. Passenger numbers are swelled on Boat Race days. The old ticket office is now used as a physio clinic.

    Barnes Bridge railway station is more central to Barnes than Barnes railway station.

    Services

    The typical off-peak service from the station is:

    Preceding station National Rail Following station
    Barnes style="background:#Template:SWT colour; border-top:solid 1px gray; " |   South West Trains
    Hounslow Loop Line
    style="background:#Template:SWT colour;border-top:solid 1px gray; " |   Chiswick

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