|Silverlink North London Line:||west||[Hackney Wick]?||Stratford||West Ham||east|
|Central Line:||west||Mile End||Stratford||Leyton||east|
|Jubilee Line:||terminates here||Stratford||West Ham||south|
|DLR:||terminates here||Stratford||[Pudding Mill Lane]?||south|
|First Great Eastern:||west||Liverpool Street||Stratford||Maryland
There are Cross Platform Interchanges between westbound Central Line and main line services, and between eastbound Central Line and main line services and the DLR. All mainline/Central line/DLR platforms are connected to the booking hall by a subway. There are lifts from those platforms (except perhaps two little-used) to the subway. The Jubilee Line terminus and the Silverlink North London Line westbound platform are on the same level. Two lifts can be used to move from them to the Silverlink North London Line eastbound platform and, more usefully, to the booking hall for the subway and its lifts for other services.
Only one, which leads to the Bus Station and the Shopping Centre.
- Central Line (and main line): exits are near the west end of the train and about 1/3 of the length of the train east of that. Use the more eastern exit if leaving the station or changing to Silverlink eastbound, the more western one if changing to other lines.
- Jubilee Line, DLR, Silverlink westbound: the front of the train.
- Silverlink eastbound: the back of the train.
Architecture and Points of Interest
Stratford is quite modern in train station terms and has been partially rebuilt in huge sections of curving glass and steel.
- Public Toilets (under the stairway in the main entrance).
- Cash machines immediately outside the station (one HSBC, one Nationwide).
Nearby Places of Interest
As for Stratford itself, there is a shopping centre, cinema, and theatres, but not a lot else.
There is a fairly large bus station directly outside the main station area.