Belmont railway station (Sutton)
Location of Belmont in Greater London
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Belmont railway station serves the suburb of Belmont in the London Borough of Sutton in south London. The station is located on the Epsom Downs line, part of the Sutton & Mole Valley Line services of the Southern, and is in Travelcard Zone 5.
The station was opened by the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, as part of the Epsom Downs branch line, on 22 May 1865. The branch was originally laid as double track because of the race traffic, and was electrified on 17 June 1928. A modern CLASP (pre-fabricated concrete) building was erected in the 1970s (this has since been demolished and cleared away). The branch was singled in 1982 and all trains use the former down platform. The Up platform still exists however.The station itself has a ticket machine,a permit to travel machine,cycle storage huts and a modern type bus shelter for passengers to wait in during rain.
The station was originally named 'California', and was only changed to 'Belmont' in 1875.
The typical off-peak service from the station is:
- 1 tph (train per hour) (xx38) to London Victoria, calling at Sutton, Carshalton Beeches, Wallington, Waddon, West Croydon, Selhurst, Thornton Heath, Norbury, Streatham Common, Balham, Wandsworth Common, Clapham Junction and Battersea Park
- 1 tph (xx14) to Epsom Downs
There is no service on Sundays
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- Train times and station information for Belmont railway station (Sutton) from National Rail
- Map of Mole Valley lines[dead link]
- The Epsom Downs branch website
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Sutton & Mole Valley Lines