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Trains to Chertsey arrive at an elegant mid-19th-century station on the east side of town, close to the long stretch of shops along Guildford Street. The line, which runs east to London Waterloo and south to Weybridge, was crucial in making Chertsey the busy commuter town it is today - a role that is supported by its proximity to the M25, which borders Chertsey to the south. Before its modern incarnation, Chertsey was an important market town for centuries, and still counts a medieval church tower (at St Peter's on Windsor Street) and an attractive, Grade II listed 18th-century bridge among its landmarks. The Thames riverside is one of the town's key attractions, with easy access to the long-distance Thames Path National Trail, but visitors also come for the livelier pleasures of Thorpe Park, a major theme park reachable by bus from the town centre.

Station details & facilities

Chertsey station has two platforms, both with step-free access. Platform 1 can be accessed directly from Guildford Street or through the ticket hall, and platform 2 can be accessed from Guildford Street via a level crossing. There is also a footbridge between platforms. Trains to Waterloo depart from platform 2, and trains to Weybridge from platform 1. There are 20 pay-and-display parking spaces in the station forecourt, plus six stands for bikes.
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