|Type:||National Rail (South Eastern
& London Overground
New Cross was opened by the South Eastern Railway in 1850 as New Cross & Naval School though this was changed to just New Cross in 1854. However the London & Croydon Railway had already built a station just 600m away called New Cross in 1839! It was not until both stations came under the Southern Railway umbrella in 1923 that the confusion was ended when the older station was renamed New Cross Gate.
New Cross was one of the terminuses of London Underground's East London Line (originally part of the Metropolitan Railway) until 2007 when the East London Line, for a long time the poor relation of the tube network, was finally closed and re-opened in 2010 as part of London Overground.
New Cross' platforms have letters and not numbers to reduce confusion between National Rail and Transport for London services.
|Southeastern 376 007 with a London Cannon Street service|
|General view of the station including the overbridge|
|View across the platforms, a London Overground train is in|
|Most trains on the South Eastern Main Line pass through|
|LO 378 143 at the London Overground platform (platform D)|