Carshalton railway station
Location of Carshalton in Greater London
|Local authority||London Borough of Sutton|
|Number of platforms||2|
|National Rail annual entry and exit|
|1 October 1868||Opened|
|1902||Resited west on opposite site of North Street|
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The station is served by Southern and Thameslink. It is in Travelcard Zone 5. From here, one can catch a direct train to as far north as Luton in Bedfordshire and southwards as far as Horsham in West Sussex. The shortest journey time from Carshalton to London Victoria is 25 minutes.
The station is on the line opened by the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway between Peckham Rye and Sutton on 1 October 1868: one of the many suburban lines opened by that company. The original station of Carshalton was built on the Sutton to West Croydon line in May 1847, 1 mile (1.6 km) to the south east and is now known as Wallington station.
The line runs along an embankment at this point: the ticket office is on the Down side by the underbridge.
The typical off-peak service from the station is:
- 2tph (trains per hour) to London Victoria via Balham and Clapham Junction
- 2tph to St Albans via Mitcham Junction and London Blackfriars (On Sundays, this service terminates at London Blackfriars, but all other days connects straight through St Pancras).
- 2tph to Epsom
- 2tph to Wimbledon via Sutton (the Thameslink loop)
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Sutton & Mole Valley Lines
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