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Brixton is a central hub in south London


Brixton National Rail Station is located directly above the arches. Access to the station is taken via stairs adjacent to the arches on Atlantic Road or via a through passage at the eastern end. The station is operated by Southeastern with services running between London Victoria and Orpington at approximately four trains per hour in each direction.

Brixton Underground Station is a two-minute walk from the arches. south of the Consented Development. The Victoria Line provides fast links into Central London, including Victoria, Oxford Circus and Kings Cross, and north-east London where it terminates at Walthamstow Central Station. The Victoria Line has a high frequency with trains departing every 1 – 2 minutes during peak hours. Brixton Underground Station has step free access to and from the station platforms.


The arches benefit from a very good bus service, with frequent services operating 7 days a week throughout the day to destinations in Central and Outer London.

There are several bus stops within a minutes’ walk from the arches. These provide connections throughout South London and Central London to key destinations.


Situated to the east of the A23 Brixton Road, the arches are located on Atlantic Road and Brixton Station Road. To the north, Brixton Road connects with the A3 at Oval providing links into Central London. To the south Brixton Road merges with Brixton Hill providing links to the A205 South Circular Road. The A23 runs through south London where it interconnects with the M23 and provides a link to the M25.


Cycle parking is provided at a range of locations within the immediate vicinity of the arches.

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