|Type:||Transport for London (East London Line)|
|Opened:||1865 (Closed 1986)|
The coming of the London Overground network and the new East London Line saw a completely new Dalston Junction open in 2010. The station was built along with a new housing development and included a bus station to make it a major transport interchange .
At first Dalston Junction was a terminus for the ELL for services from Canonbury but after a few months through services as far as Clapham Junction were initiated however some services continue to terminate at the station. Dalston Junction is about 200m from Dalston Kingsland though there are no direct services between the stations.
|LO 378 151 and 141|
 Ben Pedroche, Do Not Alight Here (Capital History, 2011) p. 61
 John Glover, London's Overground (Ian Allan, 2012) p. 87