There are a number of buses which visit either Romford Station or Romford Market, which also stop at Queen’s Hospital:
Additionally, the 103 and 174 routes stop at Oldchurch Road, which is just 5 minutes from the hospital. The 5 and 294 services stop at South Street, approximately 10 minutes away from the hospital.
There are three tube stops in the vicinity of Queen’s Hospital. All of these stops are located on the District Line:
Catch a bus from the tube station to the hospital. For Dagenham Heathway you need the 175 service. At Elm Park, catch the 365 and for Hornchurch, you need the 193.
The best way to reach Queen’s Hospital is via Romford Station. Romford Station is served by seven different bus routes which all visit the hospital, so you will never have a long wait.
Romford is an accessible station. Disabled passengers can get from the train to the street independently, because of the lifts and ramps which make station access easy. For disabled passengers who are visiting the hospital, the Romford transport links make transport simple. All Transport for London buses have low level access, and space for wheelchairs and pushchairs.
Romford Station is connected by the British rail network to the wider London and Essex regions, including Liverpool Street, Ilford, Goodmayes Harold Wood, Chelmsford, Colchester and Southend.
The public transport in Romford is regular and reliable, so you can be sure you will arrive on time for your appointment at Queen’s Hospital. You should never have to wait long for a bus to the hospital, especially when you travel via Romford Station.
If you need information about a specific bus, train or tube route, you can contact the relevant transport office using the details below. They will advise you on any aspect of your upcoming journey.
Bus and Tube Enquiries
This guide to Romford transport links was created for you by Plumber Romford, as part of a series of articles on Romford and Havering. Get to know Romford with our community transport links. Travel by bus, train or tube and find easy access to one of the UK’s finest healthcare facilities, Queen’s Hospital Romford.
The buses in Romford visit all surrounding towns and districts, including:
Aveley; Gidea Park; Barking; Hainault; Goodmayes; Barkingside; Brentwood; Harold Hill; Ilford; Rainham; Upminster; Elm Park; Cranham; Buckhurst Hill; Hornchurch; Ockenden; Newbury Park; Dagenham Heathway; Elm Park; Collier Row; London Liverpool Street; Redbridge; Gants Hill; Claybury; Chadwell Heath; Harold Wood.
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