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Trains to Addlestone

Addlestone station is in northern Surrey on the Chertsey branch line, connecting with the Waterloo to Reading line at Virginia Water to the north, and with the South Western Main Line at Weybridge to the south. There are direct trains from Addlestone to Waterloo via Staines and Hounslow, but it can often be preferable to change at Virginia Water for faster services into the capital. Arriving by train to Addlestone brings you right to Station Road, the main street of this suburban town. There you'll find all of the local businesses you'd expect - banks, pharmacies, hairdressers, takeaways and cafes - plus several supermarkets and a library. Also keep an eye out for the Crouch Oak, the town's famous 1,000-year-old oak tree, which once marked the boundary of Windsor Great Park. Locals claim Queen Elizabeth I once had a picnic beneath its branchesÉ

Station details & facilities

There are two platforms at Addlestone station. The ticket office is on the platform 1 side, from where trains to Weybridge depart. You can get to platform 2, for trains to Virginia Water and Staines, via steps and a footbridge. For step-free access, use the level crossing at the end of the platforms. Toilets are inside the ticket hall, and there's a ticket machine outside. Covered cycle storage is outside the entrance to platform 2.

Useful links when visiting Addlestone by train