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Heron Quays DLR Station
Heron QuayLondonE14 4JH
Does what it does, and does it exceptionally well! They could use a few more touch in/touch out points and top-up machines for busy times, but it's rarely an issue and the station is always spotless which is a nice plus.
There's nothing here other than easy access for all to the DLR, i.e. there's no shops, vending machines, newsagents, etc., but the DLR is the way to travel if your route...more
Heron Quays is a nifty looking station, especially at night, when it's all lit and blue and glowing. It's particularly nice from a distance as you get the added benefit of the station's reflection in the river. Makes for a very nice photo.
There're no amenities in the station itself, but it is located a couple of minutes from the shops in Canary Wharf.more
Amazingly modern with step-free access (lift and escalator) from street level and onto the trains, there's no minding the gap here. Heron Quays is part of the Docklands Light Rail system and is a very short walk from the Canary Wharf station on the Jubilee Line. Easy access to the ticket barricades and Oyster readers, Heron Quays is in Zone Two.
I wish the rest of the Underground could be...more
This is one of the most understated train stations on the DLR. It's a great little station fitting one purpose; to get all the professionals on the other side of the Canary Wharf dock to work!
It's a nifty piece of architecture too. I like the flashing lights on the blue screens, it eases the wait for trains!
It's a new station too! Well sort of, it got rebuit and moved 200 metres about...more