Tooting railway station

Tooting is a railway station serving Tooting in South London; it is within Travelcard Zone 3. Although Tooting is in the London Borough of Wandsworth, the station is located just across the borough boundary in the neighbouring London Borough of Merton. The station is on the Sutton Loop Line and is served by Thameslink trains and by a limited number of Southern services during the morning and evening peak.

Tooting National Rail
Tooting railway station, Greater London (geograph 4249325).jpg
Tooting is located in Greater London
Location of Tooting in Greater London
Local authorityLondon Borough of Merton
Managed byThameslink
Station codeTOO
DfT categoryE
Number of platforms2
Fare zone3
National Rail annual entry and exit
2014–15Increase 1.452 million[1]
2015–16Decrease 1.223 million[1]
2016–17Decrease 1.028 million[1]
2017–18Increase 1.051 million[1]
2018–19Decrease 0.943 million[1]
Key dates
12 August 1894Opened as resited Tooting Junction
1 January 1917Temporarily closed
27 August 1923Reopened
1 March 1938Renamed Tooting
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WGS8451°25′11″N 0°09′37″W / 51.4196°N 0.1603°W / 51.4196; -0.1603Coordinates: 51°25′11″N 0°09′37″W / 51.4196°N 0.1603°W / 51.4196; -0.1603
Underground sign at Westminster.jpg London transport portal
A 1908 Railway Clearing House map of lines around Tooting station.


The station opened in 1894 as Tooting Junction, replacing an earlier station of the same name, which was located a few hundred yards west and had opened in 1868. It was renamed Tooting in 1938, following the closure of the branch line from Tooting to Merton Park to passenger traffic in 1929.


The typical service pattern operated by Thameslink is 2 trains per hour to St Albans City via Herne Hill and London Blackfriars (clockwise around the loop) and 2 trains per hour to Sutton via Wimbledon (anticlockwise). Some late evening services to St Albans City are extended to Bedford. On Sundays, daytime services are extended to Luton.

On weekdays there are also peak time services operated by Southern. In the morning peak Southern services operate anticlockwise around the loop to Sutton via Wimbledon; and in the evening peak services run clockwise to London Bridge via Tulse Hill.

Preceding station   National Rail Following station
Streatham   Thameslink
  Haydons Road
Sutton and Mole Valley Lines
Peak hours only


London Buses routes 44, 77, 264, 270, 280 and 355 and night route N44 serve the station.


  1. ^ a b c d e "Station usage estimates". Rail statistics. Office of Rail Regulation. Please note: Some methodology may vary year on year.

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