Kings Langley railway station

Kings Langley National Rail
Place Abbots Langley
Local authority District of Three Rivers
Grid reference TL080019
Station code KGL
Managed by London Midland
Number of platforms 4
DfT category E
Live arrivals/departures, station information and onward connections
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Annual rail passenger usage*
2010/11 Increase 0.598 million
2011/12 Increase 0.630 million
2012/13 Increase 0.669 million
2013/14 Decrease 0.666 million
2014/15 Increase 0.691 million
Key dates Opened 1839 (1839)
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* Annual estimated passenger usage based on sales of tickets in stated financial year(s) which end or originate at Kings Langley from Office of Rail and Road statistics. Methodology may vary year on year.
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Kings Langley railway station is just under the M25 motorway at Junction 20. It serves the village of Kings Langley, and the nearby villages of Abbots Langley and Hunton Bridge. The station is 21 miles (34 km) north west of London Euston on the West Coast Main Line. The station and all services calling at the station are operated by London Midland.

The station was opened in 1839. From 1909 the station was known as Kings Langley & Abbots Langley, becoming Kings Langley on 6 May 1974.[1]


Monday to Saturday a half-hourly service to London Euston southbound and Tring (Saturdays Milton Keynes Central) northbound. Evenings and Sundays there is an hourly in each. A number of night and rush hour services are extended to and from Birmingham New Street and Coventry. There is one train each weekday morning to and from Crewe.[2]

Preceding station National Rail Following station
Apsley   London Midland
West Coast Main Line
  Watford Junction

Accidents and Incidents


  1. Slater, J.N., ed. (July 1974). "Notes and News: Stations renamed by LMR". Railway Magazine. London: IPC Transport Press Ltd. 120 (879): 363. ISSN 0033-8923.
  2. GB eNRT December 2015 Edition, Tables 66 & 67 (Network Rail)
  3. "Report on the Accident At Kings Langley on 13th March 1935". Office of Rail Regulation.
  4. "Four Fold Train Collision". British Pathe.
Blackpool - London express in 1953

Coordinates: 51°42′22″N 0°26′17″W / 51.706°N 0.438°W / 51.706; -0.438

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