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Errors and omissions excepted - March 2019.  It is endeavoured to keep this website updated, although on occasions it may not reflect all the information and guidance on local amenities and services.  In this case, it would be highly acceptable for visitors to suggest additions and/or amendments to the site that might enable it to be updated and to become a reliable and credible source of information.  

                                                                                           

                                                                     This is not a commercial website   ...   it is purely a local Directory.

 

 

 Visit other Smooth Guide sites ...

  -  Smooth Guide to Animals and English   ...    ...   ...   ...   ...   ...     www.animalsandenglish.com

  -  Smooth Guide to Handy Household Hints     ...   ...   ...   ...   ...     www.healyshandyhouseholdhints.com 

  -  Smooth Guide to Black and White Photography       ...   ...   ...     www.smoothguide-photography.com

  -  Smooth Guide to the Kenya Coast   ...   ...    ...   ...   ...   ...   ...     www.smoothguide-kenyacoast.com

  -  Smooth Guide to Mah Jong   ...   ...  ...  ...    ...   ...   ...    ...   ...     www.smoothguide-mahjong.com

  -  Hafidh's Safaris    ...   ...   ...   ...   ...  ...  ...    ...   ...   ...    ...   ...     www.hafidhsafaris.com

 

 

OYSTER CARDS

  • Sign up for an Oyster on-line

  • Registering your Oyster Card if you want to add Travelcard and Bus and Tram Passes valid for longer than one month

  • No longer need your Oyster Card

  • Lending your Oyster Card to others

A Visitor Oyster card is the cheapest way to pay for single journeys on the bus, Tube, DLR, tram, London Overground and most National Rail services in London: Save time – your card is ready to use as soon as you arrive in London. It's more than 50% cheaper than buying a paper Travelcard or single tickets with cash.

Make sure you pay the right fare by touching in and out on the Yellow Card Readers at the start and end of your journey on Tube, DLR, London Overground, TfL Rail and National Rail services. You only need to touch in on bus and trams. Find out more about touching in and out.

When you sign up for an online account, you can:

 

You can see details of your journey history:

 

  • Online - if you have an online account, you can see details of recent journeys and transactions

  • At touchscreen ticket machines at Tube stations. These show you the last eight journeys you made and the transaction details

 

Please note - you can only get a history of your journeys using Oyster for the last eight weeks online. We don't keep the information longer than eight weeks.