|Local authority||London Borough of Ealing|
|Managed by||London Underground|
|Number of platforms||4|
|London Underground annual entry and exit|
|Original company||District Railway|
|1 May 1883||Station opened|
|29 April 1935||Piccadilly line service introduced|
|1964||District line service withdrawn|
|London transport portal|
South Ealing tube station is a London Underground station in the London Borough of Ealing. The station is on the Heathrow Airport branch of the Piccadilly line, between Acton Town and Northfields stations. It is located on South Ealing Road and is in Travelcard Zone 3.
South Ealing tube station has a waiting room.
The station does not offer step-free access from the train or platform to street level.
Like all other London Underground stations, South Ealing has a Labyrinth artwork by Mark Wallinger, in place since 2013.
London Buses route 65 and night route N65 serve the station directly, with routes E3 and N11 stopping nearby.
South Ealing station was opened as a stop on the District Railway (later the District line) on 1 May 1883. These trains were initially steam-powered, but the line has been electrified since 1905.
The station has been served by the Piccadilly line since 29 April 1935. It was modernised between 1935 and 1936, with the original buildings replaced, the eastbound platform receiving a new concrete canopy and waiting room and electric lights being installed.
The District line service was withdrawn in 1964.
The station building was again replaced in 1983. It was refurbished once more in 2006.
Piccadilly Line train approaching South Ealing
Piccadilly Line train leaving South Ealing, headed westwards.
1973 Stock passing.
Eastbound platform building.
Waiting enclosure of glass & metal.