What line is White Hart Lane on?

Lea Valley lines
White Hart Lane is a London Overground station on the Lea Valley lines located in Tottenham of the London Borough of Haringey in North London. It is 7 miles 11 chains (11.5 km) from London Liverpool Street and is situated between Bruce Grove and Silver Street. It is in Travelcard zone 3.

What is the closest station to White Hart Lane?

Wood Green station
What’s the nearest tube station to White Hart Lane in Tottenham? The Wood Green station is the nearest one to White Hart Lane in Tottenham.

How do you get to White Hart Lane?

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is located in North London, and the easiest way to reach the ground is by public transport. We recommend you take the Abellio Greater Anglia service to White Hart Lane station, or Northumberland Park station. The journey from Liverpool Street to either destination takes around 20 minutes.

How long is White Hart Lane Road?

White Hart Lane

Operator Tottenham Hotspur (Handed over to Mace on 15 May 2017 for demolition)
Capacity 36,284
Field size 100 × 67 m (110 × 73 yd)
Surface Desso GrassMaster

What zone is White City?

Zone 2
Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. White City is a London Underground station on Wood Lane in White City, west London, England, on the Central line between Shepherds Bush and East Acton stations in Travelcard Zone 2.

Does White Hart Lane station have a lift?

White Hart Lane will become the latest accessible station on the London Overground network once two new lifts, which will deliver step-free access from street to platform for the first time, are brought into use in early September.

Is Tottenham a borough?

In 1894, Tottenham was made an urban district and on 27 September 1934 it became a municipal borough. As from 1 April 1965, the municipal borough formed part of the London Borough of Haringey together with Hornsey and Wood Green. Today it is the boundary between the London Boroughs of Haringey and Waltham Forest.

Where do you park for new Spurs stadium?

White Hart Lane station
If you’re thinking of driving to visit us, you can now book a parking space in our new car park, located near White Hart Lane station – just a short walk from the stadium for £6.50.

Is White Hart Lane a road?

A thoroughfare winding between the High Roads of Tottenham and Wood Green, best known as the (nearby) home of Tottenham Hotspur, the Premier League football club. The road was in existence by 1619, when its western part was called Apeland Street.

How many seats does White Hart Lane have?

White Hart Lane/Capacity

Which is popular as White City?

Udaipur, the White City The reason behind Udaipur being the White City is that it is home to myriad stunning lakes and beautiful marble architecture. Besides, the city is also renowned as ‘Venice of the East’ and ‘City of Lakes’ for obvious reasons.

Why is it called White City?

The exhibition was eight times the size of the 1851 Great Exhibition in Hyde Park and showcased the industrial and cultural achievements of England and France. It drew more than eight million visitors. Made of steel and concrete, the ornate buildings were whitewashed, hence the name White City.

How long is the walk from Liverpool Street to White Hart Lane?

We recommend you take the Abellio Greater Anglia service to White Hart Lane station, or Northumberland Park station. The journey from Liverpool Street to either destination takes around 20 minutes. White Hart Lane Station is a five-minute walk from the stadium.

How to get to Tottenham from White Hart Lane?

At Fore Street traffic lights turn left if you are travelling westbound and right if you are travelling eastbound, following signs for Tottenham (A1010, High Road) and for White Hart Lane Stadium. From Tottenham Hale: Use North-South route Meridian Way (A1055) to Tottenham (Northumberland Park area).

When did White Hart Lane become an all seater stadium?

Beginning in the 1980s, the Tottenham home ground White Hart Lane was redeveloped, and in order to comply with the recommendation of the Taylor Report, it was turned into an all-seater stadium. The capacity of the stadium was reduced from 50,000 in 1979 to around 36,000 by the time it was completed in 1998.

Where is the new Tottenham Stadium in Northumberland?

The Northumberland Development Project is a mixed-use development project that centres around the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium which replaced White Hart Lane as the home ground of Tottenham Hotspur.