Adisham Railway Station connects the small, historic village of Adisham with the Chatham Main Line to Dover and London Victoria. First constructed in 1861 to serve the London, Chatham and Dover Railway, today the station is unstaffed and sees passengers primarily to London Victoria and Dover Priory on Southeastern trains. Trains to Adisham for all destinations typically arrive once an hour.
Although small, there's much to note about Adisham station. On the Dover-bound platform, the station's original brick buildings now serve as a private residence; a wooden shelter provides a waiting area on the London-bound platform. The Dover-bound and London-bound platforms are accessible by road and public footpath respectively; the village of Adisham, a short walk away, is well-known as part of Chaucer's Pilgrim's Way. Daily bus service connects to Canterbury from the nearby village of Aylesham. Help points are present on each platform, as well as electronic departure boards and ticket machines.
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Access to plt 1 via unmade path.
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Accessible taxis are available
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