By Public Transport
South Tottenham | Overground | 10 mins walk
Seven Sisters | Overground & Victoria Line | 15 mins walk
Tottenham Hale | Overground & Victoria Line | 20 mins walk - along the River Lee
The 318 stops within 5 minutes’ walk of Markfield Beam Engine & Museum on Grovelands Road and goes to South Tottenham and Seven Sisters stations. There are many other buses that serve Tottenham.
By Foot or Bicycle
The museum is located in Markfield Park on the Lee Towpath between Stonebridge Lock and Springfield Marina. This is a traffic free public footpath and cycle path.
To the North the path continues to Waltham Abbey, Cheshunt, Hertfor and Bishop Stortfort. To the south We are in easy reach of Hackney, The Olympic Park, and Limehouse.
Markfield Road is a turning immediately off Broad Lane which links between the A10 (a major road running from the City of London north, to Hertford and Cambridge), and the A503 (which runs east through Walthamstow).
The A10 can be accessed directly at Junction 25 of the M25 and the route to follow to Tottenham is the A10 to Central London.
There is limited parking in Markfield Park.
If you're using a Sat Nav enter the post code N15 4QF. This is the post code will bring you to the car park via the Markfield Road entrance. Note there is a low bridge and head room is limited to 2.3m. Access to the car park is approximately 9am - 6pm.