Ash Vale train station is situated in the village of Ash Vale in Surrey, on an embankment near the Basingstoke canal. It is served by trains from South Western Railway which travel twice hourly to London and Alton, and Ascot and Guildford. The final destination of each train is indicated by a signal on platform one and the trains themselves are controlled from the Ash Vale Junction traditional signal box.
The station opened in 1870 as ‘North Camp and Ash Vale’; today, North Camp station is a half-mile walk away. The station gained infamy in 1852 when the booking clerk was murdered during a violent robbery.
Trains from Ash Vale train station serve commuters with direct services to London, with the fastest journey time of 42 minutes, and Guildford in a journey of 25 minutes. The station is furnished with a ticket office, toilets and refreshment facilities and is accessed by steps and a passageway which links the two platforms.
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