Trains to Weybridge

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Weybridge is a town in the Elmbridge district of Surrey, situated 7 miles (11 km) northeast of Woking, 16 miles (25 km) southwest of central London. The town is bounded to the north by River Thames, at the mouth of the Wey, where its name originates. The town is served by the homonymous train station that was opened in 1838. Today the station is now on the South Western Main Line that is operated by the South Western Railway. Weybridge railway station distances 19 miles (30.8 km) from London Waterloo, the train journey is 50 minutes long. The town is also served by the Chertsey branch line to Virginia Water.

Travellers arriving at Weybridge station will find the main station buildings on street level, these are linked to the platforms by stairs and a footbridge. The ticket office is situated on the station concourse and it leads through ticket barriers to a bridge to the platforms. These can be reached by passengers with lifts for step-free access. Ramps and customer help points are available at this train station. Passengers with accessibility requirements are advised to contact a designated member of staff who will be happy to assist. There are waiting rooms, toilets and a cafe located on platform 2. A large car park with 88 parking spaces and a taxi rank is located outside the railway station. Buses for the town centre leave from either the stop on Hangar Hill or from Heath Road.

Passengers travelling from Weybridge can benefit from the following weekday train services. There are 4 trains per hour directed to London Waterloo via Surbiton, two of which are semi-fast, while the other 2 are stopping trains. There are two train services directed to London Waterloo via Virginia Water, Staines and Hounslow. Passengers changing at Virginia Water can catch railway services to Reading. There are two trains per hour directed to Woking and 2 to Basingstoke via Woking. Passengers travelling to Weybridge are advised to purchase train tickets online to benefit from discounted train fares. Advance train tickets can be collected at the railway station from ticket vending machines prior departure. Passengers arriving at Weybridge train station can benefit from the following amenities that are all situated nearby the railway station, these include a pub, a nightclub and Saint George’s Hill, a private estate that comprehend 964 acres land and offer its visitors a golf and tennis clubs. The business estate, the museum of Brooklands and Brookland college conveniently adjoin the station. The Brooklands Museum is operated by the independent Brooklands Museum Trust Ltd as a charitable trust with the purpose to conserve, protect and interpret the unique heritage of the Broklands’ site. The entire Brookland site includes listed buildings and was designated a Conservation Area by the Suggery County Council.

Visitors travelling to Weybridge are advised to visit Chertsey Museum, set in a Regency town house, it exhibits the local history, including photographs, furniture, ceramics, the Magna Carta story and the Olive Matthews Collection of Dress and Textiles. Organise a fun day out, book train tickets to Weybridge and take a relaxing stroll on Sain George’s Hill estate or Brooklands Museum and College and enjoy one of the several exhibitions taking place all year round.