Staines West railway station was a station in the town of Staines, 19 miles (31 km) from central London. The station was opened on 2 November 1885 as Staines, the southern terminus of the Staines & West Drayton Railway when the London and South Western Railway refused to have a connection to its line. It was located alongside Pound Mill in Moor Lane and converted from the conveniently sited house of a mill owner. It was renamed Staines West on 26 September 1949. In 1964 there were 14 trains on weekdays. The station closed on 29 March 1965 when passenger services along the branch ceased.
After closure to passengers the goods yard at Staines West was demolished and a rail accessed oil storage depot built in its place. When the line north of the station was severed by the building of the M25 motorway in 1981, a new connection to the Southern Region line was laid to serve the oil depot but ten years later it closed. The main station building still survives and has been converted to offices. The platform has been removed but the site is now a car park for the offices. A short piece of track has been preserved in this car park.