Meopham railway station is on the Chatham Main Line, and serves the village of Meopham in north Kent. Train services are provided by Southeastern.
Meopham Station is 25 miles and 1606 yards (25.9 miles) from London Victoria, according to the mileage sign on the footbridge. The extant station building is a
prefabricated building erected in 1971 to British Rail's CLASP design. [1 ]
History [ edit ]
The main line of the
London, Chatham and Dover Railway was opened in stages. The section between Rochester Bridge (then named Strood) and Bickley was opened on 3 December 1860; but the station at [2 ] Meopham opened later, on 6 May 1861. [3 ] [4 ]
Service [ edit ]
The typical Monday to Saturday off-peak service is 3 trains per hour to London Victoria, 1 train per hour to
Gillingham and 2 trains per hour to Ramsgate and Dover Priory dividing at Faversham.
The Sunday service from the station is 1 train per hour to
London Victoria via Bromley South and 1 train per hour to Canterbury East.
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Coordinates: 51°23′11.07″N 0°21′25.19″E / 51.3864083°N 0.3569972°E