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Trains to Aldrington

Aldrington train station was opened in Hove in 1905. It formed part of the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, connecting London with the south coast towns of Brighton and Bognor Regis. It is now part of the West Coastway Line and is a 7 minute train journey from Brighton.

The original wooden platforms at Aldrington station were replaced in 1932 and the ticket office was demolished in 1990. Today, the station is unstaffed but tickets can be or purchased of collected from ticket machines at the entrance to both platforms. A subway, originally built to allow a local farmer and his cattle to cross the line, connects the two platforms.

Two trains per hour link the station with London via Brighton and the fastest journey to London Victoria takes just 1 hour and 12 minutes. In the other direction, twice hourly trains to West Worthing take 22 minutes.

The station has been previously called Aldrington Halt and Dyke Junction, and is still known by both names. It is one of three railway stations serving Hove; the main Hove station is just 2 minutes further along the track.

Station details & facilities

Find station details and facilities information for Aldrington. Also find live train departures and arrivals for Aldrington station, helping you to plan your next journey.

Ticket Office

  • Ticket Machine :
  • Staff help available : False
  • Ticket Office opening hours :
    DayOpening Hours
    Saturday Closed
    Sunday Closed
  • Oyster Prepay : False
  • Oyster topup : False
  • Oyster validator : False


  • CCTV :


  • Wifi available : False
  • Wifi notes : Find WiFi Hotspots around Aldrington station
  • Web kiosk : False


  • Car parking spaces : 0

Bicycle Facilities

  • Cycle storage available :
  • Cycle storage spaces : 8
  • Sheltered cycle storage :
  • Cycle storage CCTV :
  • Cycle storage location :



  • Step-free access : Whole station
  • Step-free access notes :

    Steep ramps to platforms.  Thin platforms (2m), ramps cannot be deployed.

  • Ramps for train access :
  • Wheelchairs available : False
  • Induction Loop :
  • Accessible ticket machines :
  • Accessible Booking Office counter : False
  • Accessible taxis : unknown
  • Accessible taxis notes :

    Please contact local taxi companies, details of which can be found at www.traintaxi.co.uk

Trains to Aldrington


Aldrington Avenue, Hove, BN3 5AE
Ticket Office Hours
DayOpening Hours
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

Useful links when visiting Aldrington by train