Peckham Rye (PMR)

Peckham Rye is an interchange station in South London. It is on the London Overground South London line and also has Thameslink and services out of London Victoria and London Bridge.

Type: National Rail
(Thameslink &
London Overground)
Station code: PMR
Opened: 1865
Platforms: 4
The station was opened in the Peckham district of South London in 1865 by the London, Chatham & Dover Railway. A year later the London, Brighton & South Coast Railway also reached the station. The station consists of two separate pairs of platforms connected by walkways. Platforms 1 and 2 (London Overground and Southern) are on an island platform.

Nowadays it is served by Southeastern (London Victoria to Dartford Line), Southern (London Bridge to West Croydon), Thameslink and London Overground.

The station was given a refurbishment in 2010 with a former waiting room restored to use.
Station sign, with a Southern 455 behind

Southern 455 806 arrives on Platform 1

Southeastern 375 706 departs on the London Victoria Line

Southern 455 810 on Platform 2

EWS 92 011 hauls freight in third-rail mode through Platform 3

Southeastern 465 023 on the London Victoria Line