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Travel Update - Portsmouth

Posted on 16 January 2009  - 12:00

All train services will be formed by 8 carriages, and will serve White Hart Lane and Northumberland Park approx 3 hours before and 2 hours after the game.

Travel Update - Portsmouth

All train services will be formed by 8 carriages, and will serve White Hart Lane and Northumberland Park approx 3 hours before and 2 hours after the game.

Following ongoing discussions with National Express, there will be a much enhanced capacity on the services to/from White Hart Lane. The services will be: -

Liverpool Street - Seven Sisters - White Hart Lane depart Liverpool Street at 12.52, 13.00, 13.12, 13.22, 13.30, 13.39, 13.52, 14.00, 14.12, 14.22, 14.30, 14.39, 14.52, 15.00, 15.12, 15.22 and 15.30.

White Hart Lane - Seven Sisters - Liverpool Street depart White Hart Lane at 17.53, 18.02, 18.12, 18.22, 18.32, 18.42, 18.52, 19.02, 19.18, 19.33, 19.31 and 19.47

Enfield Town - White Hart Lane depart Enfield Town at 13.27, 13.42, 13.57, 14.12, 14.27, 14.42, 14.57, 15.12, 15.27 and 15.42

Cheshunt - White Hart Lane depart Cheshunt at 13.15, 13.45, 14.15, 14.45 and 15.15

White Hart Lane - Enfield Town depart White Hart Lane at 17.53, 18.04, 18.28 and 18.52

White Hart Lane - Cheshunt depart White Hart Lane at 18.09, 18.23, 18.37 and 19.21

Please note that due to engineering works, there are replacement buses between Cheshunt and Hertford East/Bishops Stortford.

CLICK HERE for the timetable in pdf format...

Victoria Line

The entire Victoria Line will be closed on Sunday January 18 as London Underground continues their full upgrade of the line as part of a multi-billion pound investment programme.

Fans attending the match against Portsmouth are encouraged to travel by tube or train to Liverpool Street and catch the frequent National Express services from there to both White Hart Lane and Northumberland Park stations.

Please note, London Underground ticket acceptance is only available between Liverpool Street to Seven Sisters and Tottenham Hale, and therefore fans will require a valid ticket for the National Express services.

Alternatively, fans should interchange from the Piccadilly Line at Finsbury Park, and use the Rail Replacement Bus Service to Seven Sisters station. Fans can also interchange at Manor House for the Rail Replacement Bus Service.

The Rail Replacement Bus Service will operate a northbound service from bus stop R at Finsbury Park station, and a southbound service from bus stop A on Seven Sisters Road at Seven Sisters station.

There is also ticket acceptance on two local scheduled bus routes:

· 259 between Finsbury Park to Seven Sisters

· 279 between Manor House to Seven Sisters

Both these services also run direct to the High Road next to the stadium.

Alternatively, post match spectators can walk to Bruce Grove where there are a number of other services that can be accessed. Those include:-

· 341 to Manor House and Angel

· 476 to Angel and King's Cross

· 123 and 243 to Wood Green

Additionally, the W3 service to Wood Green can be accessed in White Hart Lane.

To view the bus map, click here ...