Halling railway station
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|Key dates||Opened 1 March 1890|
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|* Annual estimated passenger usage based on sales of tickets in stated financial year(s) which end or originate at Halling from Office of Rail and Road statistics. Methodology may vary year on year.|
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Halling railway station is on the Medway Valley Line in Kent, England, and lies a little to the north of the village of Halling. It is 35 miles 18 chains (56.7 km) down the line from London Charing Cross via Strood and is situated between Cuxton and Snodland. The station and all trains that call are operated by Southeastern.
The APTIS-equipped ticket office, in a building on the northbound platform, closed in September 1989; the building, after a lengthy period of disuse, was converted to office accommodation but is again disused.
A PERTIS (Permit to Travel) ticket machine is located just outside the entrance to the station, which is on the northbound platform; this was installed in 2007.
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.
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