Tolworth railway station
Location of Tolworth in Greater London
|Local authority||Kingston upon Thames|
|Managed by||South West Trains|
|Number of platforms||2|
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|29 May 1938||Opened (Terminus)|
|28 May 1939||Through station|
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Tolworth railway station in the London Borough of Kingston upon Thames in South London, is a station on the Chessington branch 12.08 mi (19.44 km) south west of London Waterloo. The station is part of the London suburban network of South West Trains and is in Travelcard Zone 5.
The station, like all others on the branch, is built in the art deco style of the 1930s using concrete arcs for canopies; it was opened, as the original terminus of the branch, on 29 May 1938. Station buildings are below at street level on the Kingston Road. The original goods depot is now partly a National Rail Freight Depot, operated by EWS. The remaining area of the site is owned by Transdev London.
South West Trains operate all the services on the Chessington Branch Line and all trains that stop at Tolworth station. In the inbound direction, trains service the station every thirty minutes during both peak and off-peak hours. Local trains run at all times to London Waterloo, calling at all stations apart from Queenstown Road. These trains take 33 minutes to arrive at London Waterloo.
In the outbound direction all services call locally, taking four minutes to arrive at Chessington South.
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|Malden Manor||South West Trains
Chessington Branch Line
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towards Chessington South
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