Serving the village of Great Bookham and its petite cousin Little Bookham, the Bookham Railway Station serves Surrey with South Western Railway links across the south-west and London. Typical service operates on a half-hourly schedule; trains from Bookham depart for London Waterloo and Guildford via Epsom every 30 minutes, Monday through Saturday. Additionally, select trains from Southern operate during peak periods, Monday through Friday, between London Bridge or London Victoria and Guildford via West Croydon and Epsom. On Sundays, an hourly service from Bookham to Waterloo via Epsom runs.
Bookham’s original 1885 brick buildings remain extant to this day, and passengers through the station may still see the original station master’s house (now in use as a private residence) at the rear of platform 2 (towards Guildford). The footbridge and platform canopies or shelters are original. Ticketing provisions are available via self-service machine and staffed ticket office. Passengers may use the toilets located on platform 2. Level access is available to platform 2, but platform 1 is accessible only via stairs. Passengers desiring step-free access to London-bound trains should travel from Surbiton, Leatherhead, or Guildford.
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