Stoneleigh railway station
A train at Stoneleigh Station (2013)
|Local authority||Borough of Epsom and Ewell|
|Managed by||South Western Railway|
|Number of platforms||2|
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|17 July 1932||Opened|
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Stoneleigh railway station is in the Epsom and Ewell district of Surrey, England. The station is served by South Western Railway and is currently in Travelcard Zone 5 (because of its proximity to the Greater London boundary). It is located in the residential area of Stoneleigh, Surrey at grid reference , 11 miles 74 chains (19.2 km) down the line from London Waterloo.
The station was opened in 1932 and is built in the utilitarian concrete style of the 1930s. It has an island platform with the ticket office in the overbridge opposite the platform entrance. Access to the station is from either side of the line, the west side from Stoneleigh Broadway, and the east side from Station Approach, off Stoneleigh Park Road. In 2013, the platform was extended so that 10 carriage trains can stop at the station. This opened in late 2014.
During the 1980s-1990s the station won many awards for "Best Station" due to its well kept flower beds set between the platforms.
The typical off-peak service from the station is
- 4tph to London Waterloo via Wimbledon
- 4tph to Epsom with 2tph continuing to Dorking and 2tph continuing to Guildford
During peak hours some trains to and from Dorking do not stop at the station.
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