Skip to main content

Selhurst Station to Selhurst Park

Selhurst Station, London, SE25 6LH

View Accessibility Symbols

Accessibility Symbols

For more information about what these symbols mean, view our Accessibility Symbols Guide.

Close this popup window.

Access Guide

Show Easy Read

Introduction

  • The following information describes the route from Selhurst Station to Selhurst Park.
  • The route leads along Selhurst Road, Clifton Street and Holmesdale Road.
  • The approximate distance of this route is 700m.
  • The route takes approximately 9-10 minutes.
  • The majority of paths along the route consist of tarmac.
  • The potential hazards on this route include; congested pathways steep slopes and uneven surfaces.

Selhurst Station

Selhurst Station to Prince Road Crossing

  • Upon exiting the station, turn left and continue along Selhurst Road for approximately 180m towards the Prince Road crossing.
  • The path along this section of the route consists of tarmac and curves from left to right.
  • The path has a slight slope towards the road along its entirety.
  • The path has a slight uphill gradient along its entirety.
  • The path is uneven in places due to raised/lowered drain hole covers.
  • There are residential driveways located on the left hand side of the path along its entirety.
  • The path narrows in places.

Prince Road Crossing

  • There are dropped kerbs with tactile paving on both sides of the crossing.
  • There is a slight gradient between the path and the road on both sides of the crossing.
  • The road surface consists of tarmac and has slight slope from right to left.
  • The road is cambered and mostly even.
  • There are no visual or audible signals available at this crossing.

Prince Road Crossing to Clifton Road Crossing

  • Having crossed Prince Road, continue ahead along Selhurst Road for approximately 250m towards the Clifton Road Crossing.
  • The path along this section of the route consists of tarmac.
  • The path has a slight slope towards the road along its entirety.
  • The path has a slight uphill gradient along its entirety.
  • The path is uneven in places due to raised/lowered drain hole covers as well as cracked tarmac.
  • There are residential driveways located on the left hand side of the path along its entirety.
  • The path narrows in places, most notably when passing bus stop N.

Clifton Road Crossing

  • There are dropped kerbs with tactile paving on both sides of the crossing.
  • There is a slight gradient between the path and the road on both sides of the crossing.
  • The road surface consists of tarmac.
  • The road is cambered and even.
  • There are no visual or audible signals available at this crossing.

Clifton Road Crossing to Holmesdale Road

  • Having crossed Clifton Road, turn left and continue along Clifton Road for approximately 180m towards Holmesdale Road.
  • The path along this section of the route consists of tarmac and has a slight downhill gradient.
  • There is a slight slope towards the road along the entirety of the path.
  • The path is uneven in places due to raised/lowered drain hole covers.
  • There are residential driveways located on the left hand side of the path along its entirety.
  • After approximately 120m cross over Bungalow Road.
  • This crossing has dropped kerbs with no tactile paving on both sides.
  • This crossing has a slight gradient between the path and the road on both sides.
  • The road surface consists of tarmac.
  • The road is cambered and uneven in places due to raised/lowered drain hole covers.
  • Having crossed, continue ahead along Clifton Road for 50m until you reach Holmesdale Road.

Holmesdale Road to the Outer Concourse (Holmesdale Road)

  • Upon reaching Holmesdale Road, turn right and continue ahead for approximately 70m towards the concourse area outside the Holmesdale Road Stand.
  • Holmesdale Road is part of the traffic exclusion zone on matchdays.
  • The path along this section of the route consists of tarmac and has a slight uphill gradient.
  • There is a slight slope towards the road along the entirety of the path.
  • The path narrows in places.
  • Approximately 50m along Holmesdale Road, there is a dropped kerb leading down to the road.
  • At this point, turn left onto the road and continue ahead until reaching the dropped kerb on the other side.
  • At this point re-enter the path onto the outer walkway area outside of the Holmesdale Road Stand.
  • The road surface consists of tarmac.
  • The road is cambered and even.

Outer Concourse and Walkways