Cuxton railway station

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Cuxton National Rail
375308 arriving at Cuxton.jpg
Location
Place Cuxton
Local authority Medway
Coordinates 51°22′26″N 0°27′43″E / 51.374°N 0.462°E / 51.374; 0.462Coordinates: 51°22′26″N 0°27′43″E / 51.374°N 0.462°E / 51.374; 0.462
Grid reference TQ714667
Operations
Station code CUX
Managed by Southeastern
Number of platforms 2
DfT category F2
Live arrivals/departures, station information and onward connections
from National Rail Enquiries
Annual rail passenger usage*
2004/05  32,699
2005/06 Increase 36,933
2006/07 Increase 41,559
2007/08 Increase 42,499
2008/09 Increase 42,930
2009/10 Decrease 38,326
2010/11 Increase 39,018
2011/12 Increase 43,488
2012/13 Increase 45,140
2013/14 Decrease 39,854
History
Key dates Opened 18 June 1856 (18 June 1856)
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* Annual estimated passenger usage based on sales of tickets in stated financial year(s) which end or originate at Cuxton from Office of Rail and Road statistics. Methodology may vary year on year.

Cuxton railway station is a railway station in the United Kingdom. It is located on the Medway Valley Line in the local government area of Medway, and it lies well to the east of the village of Cuxton.

Train services are provided by Southeastern. The station has been updated with new Southeastern signs and a new colour scheme (lilac with a dark blue stripe).

The APTIS-equipped ticket office, in an imposing building on the northbound platform, closed in September 1989; the building remains disused and is in poor condition although some efforts have been made in recent years to stem the decay and deter vandalism.

A PERTIS (Permit to Travel) ticket machine is located at the entrance to the northbound platform; this was installed in 2007.

Wooden level crossing gates are operated from the signalbox.[1]

Services[edit]

Medway Towns
North Kent Line (& High Speed)
to London Bridge & St Pancras
Chatham Main Line
to Victoria & Blackfriars
Medway Valley Line
to Maidstone
Halling
Cuxton
Strood
Rochester Bridge | Strood (1st)
Rochester Bridge
Rochester Common
Rochester(2015–)
Rochester(1892–2015)
Chatham Central
River Medway
Chatham
Gillingham
Rainham
Chatham Main Line
to Faversham, Dover and Ramsgate

The typical off-peak service from the station is two trains per hour to Maidstone West, with alternate trains extended to Paddock Wood and Tonbridge, and two trains an hour to Strood, for connections to London.

Cuxton station and M2 motorway crossing the Medway in 1983
Preceding station National Rail National Rail Following station
Strood   Southeastern
Medway Valley Line
  Halling
26 July 1986 Cuxton with a 2 EPB.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Yonge, John (November 2008) [1994]. Jacobs, Gerald, ed. Railway Track Diagrams 5: Southern & TfL (3rd ed.). Bradford on Avon: Trackmaps. map 7. ISBN 978-0-9549866-4-3. 

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