Kemsley railway station
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|Number of platforms||2|
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|Annual rail passenger usage*|
|1 January 1927||Opened|
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|* Annual estimated passenger usage based on sales of tickets in stated financial year(s) which end or originate at Kemsley from Office of Rail and Road statistics. Methodology may vary year on year.|
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Kemsley railway station is on the Sheerness Line in north Kent, England, and serves the village of Kemsley. It is 45 miles 20 chains (72.8 km) down the line from London Victoria. Train services are provided by Southeastern.
There are two platforms but no station building at this unstaffed location. Access between the two platforms is via a footbridge or the road bridge (for step-free access) to the north of the station. A PERTIS self-service ticket machine was provided on the Sittingbourne-bound platform in 2008. Services towards Swale, Queenborough and Sheerness-on-Sea depart from platform 1. Services to Sittingbourne and London depart from platform 2.
Since January 2015, Southeastern operate two direct services from Sheerness-on-Sea to London Victoria in the morning peak. These services do not stop at Sittingbourne by using the third side of a triangle junction that links the Sheerness Line to the Chatham Mainline. There are also two return services from London Victoria to Sheerness-on-Sea in the evening peak. These services are formed of Class 465s and Class 466s working in multiple.
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