On this page there is practical information for LINKED, including how to get to the route, and how to borrow a receiver. A detailed map and information sheets carrying all the details below are available at receiver pick-up points.


Pick-up points

You can experience LINKED by borrowing a receiver pack available free at Toynbee Studios, 28 Commercial Street, London E1 6AB. Reception opening hours: weekdays 10am-6pm. Tel: 020 7247 5102 or email You can keep and use your receiver for as long as you require up to three months and then return it in person or by post in the envelope provided.

For Group Collections of 5 or more receivers we request that you email with at least one week's notice to arrange collection from: Artsadmin, Toynbee Studios, 28 Commercial Street, London E1 6AB. Tel: 020 7247 5102.


Transmitter Status

Update 26th September 2017: LINKED is still currently going through a period of maintenance. Therefore four of the twenty original transmitters not currently not present on the route, or not functioning at the time of writing.

Transmitter #1 was removed as part of the Olympic Park developments and has not yet been replaced. Therefore there is currently only one transmitter to the west of Leyton Tube Station. However the first transmitter will be reinstalled in a new site in 2010/11.

Transmitter #11 situated on Connaught Road, by the northern part of Dyers Hall Road, has been removed for repairs.

Due to ongoing problems, Transmitter #12 at Grove Green Road, close to Leytonstone Tube Station, is currently not present. We hope to have this re-installed in the future.

Due to a traffic accident, Transmitter #14 at the corner of Kingswood Road and Wallwood Road has been damaged, but will be re-installed in the future.

Because of the problems with these last three transmitters, at present you can only hear one transmitter between the southern part of Dyers Hall Road in Leytonstone and the Green Man Roundabout. However the rest of the transmitters are functioning well, and it remains possible to have a good experience of the LINKED project.



Tube: London Underground Central Line stations Leyton, Leytonstone, Wanstead and Redbridge tube stations, are all on or near the Linked route.

Rail: Hackney Wick and Leytonstone High Road mainline rail stations.

Bus: The following selected bus routes travel along sections of the route:

308 ­ from Hackney Wick (Waterden Road) to Wanstead Station via Eastway, Temple Mills Lane, Stratford, Wanstead Flats, Blake Hall Road and Cambridge Park.

W14 ­ from Leyton (Asda) to Woodford Bridge via Grove Green Road, Cathall Road, High Road Leytonstone, Green Man Roundabout, Cambridge Park and Wanstead High Street.

W15 ­ from Hackney Central to Walthamstow (Cogan Avenue Estate) via Eastway, Ruckholt Road, Grove Green Road and Fairlop Road.

66 ­ from Leytonstone (Bus Station) to Romford via Green Man Roundabout, Cambridge Park, George Green, Eastern Avenue and Redbridge Roundabout.

145 ­ from Leytonstone (Bus Station) to Dagenham (Asda) via Green Man Roundabout, Cambridge Park, George Green, Eastern Avenue and Redbridge Roundabout.


The Route

The full route is just under 4 miles long, and passes all 20 transmitters that make up LINKED. It is possible to walk shorter sections of the route, and pass fewer transmitters. Details are available on maps given out at pick-up points.

The recommended route is accessible for wheelchair users.

Please be aware of your safety on the route. Remove your headset when crossing roads.