What happened at Raynes Park station?

What happened at Raynes Park station?

What happened at Raynes Park station?

A person has died after being hit by a train at Raynes Park station. Emergency services were called to reports of a casualty on the tracks at 10am yesterday (April 11). The person was pronounced dead at the scene. The incident is not being treated as suspicious and a file will be prepared for the coroner.

Is Raynes Park station closed?

No disruptions. There are no reported disruptions at any .

What zone is Raynes Park?

zone 4
Raynes Park railway station

Raynes Park
DfT category C2
Number of platforms 4 (facing 4 tracks)
Fare zone 4
National Rail annual entry and exit

Is Raynes Park train station open?

Monday to Friday open from 06:20:00 until 20:00:00. Saturday open from 07:00:00 until 20:00:00. Sunday open from 09:00:00 until 18:30:00….Ticket office.

Ticket Machine Available
Pre-purchase collection Available
Travel card zone Raynes Park is in Zone 4

Does Raynes Park station have toilets?

There are no accessible toilet facilities.

Is Raynes Park a nice place to live?

What locals say about Raynes Park. Raines Park is such a nice, quite and peaceful place to live and transport links to the central London is absolutely wonderful. Locally shops, supermarket and restaurants are within reach. Great area on the borders of busier Wimbledon and has a real community feel.

Is Merton nice?

Merton is one of the safest boroughs in London, with an average crime rate of 66 crimes per 1000 people – similar to the England average, and significantly lower that the London average. Disorder and Theft are particularly low here, while burglary rates are similar to the London average.

Is there a taxi rank at Raynes Park station?

There is a taxi rank at Wimbledon, one stop before Raynes Park, and the taxis will take credit cards. Other than that, bus 163 from Raynes Park station will drop you near the crematorium.

Is Wimbledon a rich area?

Wimbledon Village, where the world-famous sporting event takes place, has long been among the most prestigious addresses in London for wealthy families.