Honor Oak Park is the name of a railway station that is located in southeast London, in the borough of Lewisham. The station provides access to services on the London overground network and predominantly serves the areas of Honor Oak, Forest Hill and Brockley. The station was built in the year 1886 and has been instrumental in the development of the area since then. It has the distinction of being one of the busiest stations in southeast London and offers excellent connectivity to central London. Major tourist attractions such as London Bridge, Canary Wharf and London Victoria are all just a few minutes away by train.
The area around Honor Oak Park is a very busy one, thanks to the excellent connectivity that the station provides within London. Hordes of visitors and business personnel use the station everyday to commute to serviced offices in the vicinity. You will find varied businesses such as realty companies, equity consultants, management firms and marketing agencies doing profitable business in the area. The retail space is primarily represented by all kinds of stores related to the motoring industry.
Entertainment And Dining Out
The Albany Theatre offers great entertainment in the locality, as does the Laban theatre. The numerous local pubs in the area such as The Old Brewery and Plan B make for a night of revelry and fun. When it’s time to satiate your taste buds, you can head to the Babur restaurant which is famous for serving award winning Indian food. Many consider it one of the top Indian restaurants in the entire city and a must-visit for lovers of the cuisine. Alternately, you can enjoy British food at the Herne Tavern.
Honor Oak Park station serves Honor Oak, as does Crofton Park railway station, which is within easy walking distance and provides the area with additional access to London overground services. City Cruises runs several boat tours from nearby Greenwich Pier to Westminster Pier and back. The Thames Cable Car offers an alternative route to cross the Thames from Greenwich Peninsula to the Royal Docks.