Farnham railway station

Farnham Railway Station

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Farnham railway station

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Farnham railway station serves the town of Farnham in Surrey. It is located on Station Hill by the level crossing that carries the Alton Line across the B3001 secondary road. The town centre is about ten minutes away on foot to the north of the A31 Farnham Bypass via a signal-controlled crossing. The start of the North Downs Way, a long distance footpath, is signposted near to the main entrance to the station. Farnham College is six minutes walk away in a southerly direction.

Train services are provided by South West Trains, with direct trains running to Aldershot, Alton, Woking, Surbiton, Clapham Junction and London Waterloo.

Trains are formed of modern Siemens Class 450 electric multiple units (primarily blue in colour) and Class 444 (primarily white). Steam trains and freight trains are seen quite often, travelling from/to the Watercress Line and Holybourne oil terminal.

There is a buffet in the booking hall selling newspapers, hot and cold beverages, confectionery, snacks, hot food and tobacco products.


The station was opened on 8 October 1849, on a route from Guildford via Ash Green and Tongham. The line from Aldershot station opened in 1870...
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