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Richmond Railway Station (RMD)

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South Richmond, Richmond
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  • Matthew T.
    "moment take a look at the vintage posters"(3 Tips)
    Amanda R.
    "New design store and great coffee, even for the fussy ones among us."(11 Tips)
    Lucas N.
    "There is NO oyster card top up machine at the station."(11 Tips)
    Matt C.
    "Ticketing staff aren't helpful or nice to deal with"(3 Tips)
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  • The Orange O.
    This bridge carries the South West Trains Windsor Line between Richmond and St. Margarets. Great views, a bit too brief though.
  • Alexandre C.
    Alexandre CurielOctober 11, 2015
    Southwest train services to London Waterloo + tube and Overground services to CL
  • Timothy H.
    Timothy HughesMay 9, 2015
    Great for Tube and over ground
  • Mickaël A.
    Mickaël AugelloMarch 30, 2015
    District line ends here and you can get the overground as well.
  • Mike F.
    Mike FostonMarch 8, 2013
    Delighted than they have taken the effort to frame and keep the vintage posters. Several on the stairs down to platform 1! Well done Richmond staff!
  • Doug T.
    Doug TurnerFebruary 19, 2013
    Don't get off.....keep going
  • Georgie W.
    Georgie WilliamsFebruary 18, 2013
    There are now public lifts to all platforms, no more using the service lifts
  • Robin W.
    Robin WhyteNovember 16, 2012
    The coffee inside the station sucks, so come out of the front and head to the right... 40 paces and you'll find Taylor Street Baristas - amazing and real espresso coffee and cakes.
  • Chirsty
    ChirstyOctober 28, 2012
    When leaving on the District Line in the morning rush hour(s) the first train to go is always the one most full, which is often not the one on the tannoy announcements or display board.
  • Dimo G.
    Dimo GeorgievOctober 6, 2012
    Trains leave from here. Tube as well
  • Sean W.
    Sean WilkesSeptember 25, 2012
    The coffee kiosk serves coffee milkshakes which are awesome, but who ever named a frozen coffee a froffee wants shooting :-)
  • Daniel T.
    Daniel TJuly 26, 2012
    The vintage posters are still there. Very cool in an 80's British Rail way :o)
  • Riaz A.
    Riaz AshrufMay 14, 2012
    Updating the last tip... You can renew your oyster card at the machines.
  • Holly H.
    Holly HillApril 26, 2012
    Elbows out during peak hours and forget your manners! Shoving is the only option.
  • Lisa B.
    Lisa BattyApril 20, 2012
    Hold your breath as you leave - smokers galore taking a last or first gasp at the entrance!!!! Not great at 8am
  • Lucas N.
    Lucas NaniniMarch 5, 2012
    Train arriving in less than 1min and need for coffee: go to Yola, the short blond hair girl at Puccino's... Uber efficient!
  • James
    JamesFebruary 16, 2012
    O2 signal is terrible here
  • Matthew T.
    Matthew ThompsonJanuary 10, 2012
    If you have a moment take a look at the vintage posters while they still exist. They're along the route from the ticket hall to Platform 1.
  • Mac
    MacDecember 16, 2011
    Try the Trains!
  • Socrates V.
    Socrates VicenteDecember 2, 2011
    New vending machines that support Oyster top ups were added, so no need to queue anymore (or at least so often).
  • Chirsty
    ChirstyNovember 20, 2011
    You can now top up Oyster on the self-service ticket machines so no need to queue at a window!
  • Tarsh
    TarshOctober 23, 2011
    This station now has the ability to top up your oyster card at the ticket machines!!
  • Matt C.
    Matt CutlerSeptember 16, 2011
    Ticketing staff aren't helpful or nice to deal with
  • Dale W.
    Dale WaldenSeptember 6, 2011
    Steps are very sloppy when weaaaaargh!!
  • Dale W.
    Dale WaldenSeptember 2, 2011
    Back of the train for putneu
  • Lucas N.
    Lucas NaniniAugust 2, 2011
    Coming from london, exit stairs are at from of trains, going from outside london (overground), exit is near the penultimate carriage
  • Lucas N.
    Lucas NaniniAugust 2, 2011
    There is NO oyster card top up machine at the station. So if u want to avoid waiting for hours to get ur card topped up at the cashier, i suggest you plan a bit earlier than usual :-)
  • Liam H.
    Liam HamiltonJuly 29, 2011
    If using oyster here its a good place to tap out if you need the shops en-route.
  • Kate N.
    Kate NJuly 28, 2011
    You have to queue at the ticket office to top up your oyster so it's worth visiting the newsagent instead beforehand
  • Mike F.
    Mike FostonMay 13, 2011
    Running into me because you are late for your train is going to hurt you more than me.
  • Amanda R.
    Amanda RoystonApril 7, 2011
    It's worth walking across the road outside the station to the Starbucks opposite. New design store and great coffee, even for the fussy ones among us.
  • Allan W.
    Allan WardMarch 21, 2011
    The trains always leave early here.
  • Becca M.
    Becca MastersJanuary 5, 2011
    There are 10 ticket machines and 5 ticket windows. Only ticket windows do oyster transactions.
  • Jim H.
    Jim HaysomNovember 5, 2010
    Fast trains back to Clapham Junction & Waterloo on Platform 2 at approximate every 15 mins.
  • Tor G.
    Tor GisvoldNovember 2, 2010
    Never trust the platform departure signs for the Overland train. They almost never show the real departure time.
  • Ben G.
    Ben GisvoldOctober 18, 2010
    Moma! Breakfast (oats, yoghurt, fruit) is great! Try some!
  • Tor G.
    Tor GisvoldSeptember 29, 2010
    Do not tap out on a pink Oyster card validator. It does not act as a signal to end your journey. You have to use the yellow pads at the exit. A bit of a scam.
  • Lis B.
    Lis BAugust 31, 2010
    Lack of Oyster top up means guaranteed wait at windows - make sure you leave a good 5+ mins to queue!
  • Tom d.
    Tom de GrunwaldJuly 17, 2010
    Bear in mind the departure boards often aren't working..
  • Nick L.
    Nick LeeJuly 15, 2010
    No oyster top up machines! Porque no?
  • Steven P.
    Steven PellingJune 24, 2010
    Don't use the vending machines they steal your money!
  • Callum S.
    Callum SaundersMay 6, 2010
    Only use the M&S for convenience foods - they don't sell things like flour etc. Great almond croissants though!
  • Sunil
    SunilFebruary 5, 2010
    If you're waiting at the bus stop outside and feel like coffee go back downstairs to Cornish Pasty place, cheapest coffee around.
  • Loz B.
    Loz BruneauJanuary 25, 2010
    The bagel place inside the station is tasty and has bottomless coffee.
  • Tom d.
    Tom de GrunwaldJanuary 11, 2010
    You can check out the memorial uncomfortably shoved in at the back - before it goes to Hoxton Station later this year
  • Matthew P.
    Matthew ParkerDecember 14, 2009
    Buy tickets online since the queues are always long
  • Matthew P.
    Matthew ParkerDecember 14, 2009
    The "Fresh" takeaway just outside the station has amazing food.
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