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Travel update - Swansea (H)

Posted on 30 March 2012  - 15:01

First of all, fans are reminded that the entire Victoria Line will be closed on Sunday as London Underground continues works to fully upgrade the line as part of a multi-billion pound investment programme.

Travel update - Swansea (H)

Please see further down the story for full details.

White Hart Lane will be served by extra trains for Sunday's match against Swansea City for approximately two to three hours before and after the game, including stopping Hertford East trains additionally.

Fans are reminded that kick-off is 4.00pm.

Northumberland Park will be opened for trains to stop between the times shown below (please see timetable for full details of stations served):

Pre-match

Southbound - First train arrives at: 14:10. Last trains arrives at: 15:27

Northbound - First train arrives at: 13:42. Last trains arrives at: 15:57

Post-match

Southbound - First train departs at: 18:10. Last trains departs at: 21:10

Northbound - First train departs at: 18:00. Last trains departs at: 20:57

To view the full timetable in pdf format - FOLLOW THIS LINK...

NETWORK RAIL - MAINTENANCE WORK

The route via Northumberland Park will be closed on Sunday, April 1 until approximately 13.30 for Network Rail maintenance work with services being diverted via Seven Sisters.

Services will call additionally at White Hart Lane between approximately 13.00 and 13.30.

West Anglia services are diverted all day to/from Liverpool Street as a result of Network Rail maintenance work.

VICTORIA LINE CLOSURE - SUNDAY, APRIL 1

The entire Victoria Line will be closed this Sunday, April 1, as London Underground continues works to fully upgrade the line as part of a multi-billion pound investment programme.

It is recommended that any supporters attending our home match against Swansea City, kick-off 4.00pm, should travel by tube or train to Liverpool Street and catch the frequent Greater Anglia services from there to White Hart Lane.

Please note, London Underground tickets will be accepted on Greater Anglia services between Liverpool Street to Seven Sisters or Tottenham Hale only.

Therefore, fans travelling any further than this (i.e. White Hart Lane and Northumberland Park) will require a valid Greater Anglia ticket.

Alternatively, supporters using the Piccadilly Line from central London can interchange at Manor House rather than in central London, and use the boosted Rail Replacement Bus Service to Seven Sisters station. If travelling by Tube this route offers the fastest journey time.

This Rail Replacement Bus Service will operate a northbound service from Bus Stop D at Manor House station, and a southbound service from Bus Stop A at Seven Sisters station as well as Bus Stop R at Finsbury Park station.

London Underground tickets will be accepted on the following scheduled bus services:

• 259 between Finsbury Park and Seven Sisters

• 279 between Manor House and Seven Sisters

• 230 between Walthamstow Central and Seven Sisters

• 259 between Finsbury Park and Seven Sisters

• 73 between King's Cross and Seven Sisters

• 476 between King's Cross and Seven Sisters

• 4 between Highbury & Islington and Finsbury Park

• 19 between Highbury & Islington and Finsbury Park

• 30 between Highbury & Islington and King's Cross (boosted service)

• 43 between Highbury & Islington and Holloway Road

• 271 between Highbury & Islington and Holloway Road

• 393 between Highbury & Islington and Holloway Road

For more information on this closure and to obtain the latest public transport advice, please visit http://www.tfl.gov.uk/ - CLICK HERE - contact London Underground Customer Services by calling 0845 330 9880 or write to: Customer Service Centre, London Underground, 55 Broadway, London SW1H 0BD.

WATER MAINS REPLACEMENT WORK - WESTBURY AVENUE

Fans driving to Sunday's match should be aware of an eastbound road closure of Westbury Avenue (between Green Lanes and Lakefield Road) in order to undertake a section of water mains replacement.

This work will take place between March 31-April 15, therefore taking in our matches against Swansea on Sunday and Norwich on Monday, April 9.

Signed diversion routes will be in place as well as advanced warning signs at key locations.