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Ilford railway station is on the Great Eastern Main Line serving the town of Ilford in the London Borough of Redbridge, east London. It is 7 miles 28 chains down-line from London Liverpool Street and is situated between Manor Park and Seven Kings. Its three-letter station code is IFD and it is in Travelcard zone 4.

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Cranbrook Road entrance in June 2015
Ilford is located in Greater London
Ilford
Ilford
Location of Ilford in Greater London
Location Ilford
Local authority London Borough of Redbridge
Managed by TfL Rail
Owner Network Rail
Station code IFD
DfT category C2
Number of platforms 4 operational; 1 disused
Fare zone 4
National Rail annual entry and exit
2010–11 Increase 6.286 million
2011–12 Increase 6.721 million
2012–13 Increase 6.854 million
2013–14 Increase 7.632 million
2014–15 Increase 8.022 million
Key dates
20 June 1839 Opened
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WGS84 51°33′33″N 0°04′12″E / 51.5592°N 0.0700°E / 51.5592; 0.0700Coordinates: 51°33′33″N 0°04′12″E / 51.5592°N 0.0700°E / 51.5592; 0.0700
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Ilford railway station is on the Great Eastern Main Line serving the town of Ilford in the London Borough of Redbridge, east London. It is 7 miles 28 chains (11.8 km) down-line from London Liverpool Street and is situated between Manor Park and Seven Kings. Its three-letter station code is IFD and it is in Travelcard zone 4.

The station was opened in 1839 by the Eastern Counties Railway. It is currently managed by TfL Rail. Services call at Ilford as part of the Shenfield-Liverpool Street stopping "metro" service. From 2019 the station will be fully served by Crossrail, linking it to additional stations in central London as well as Reading and London Heathrow Airport. TfL Rail, the precursor of Crossrail, took over the running of the Shenfield "metro" in May 2015.