Chilworth train station lies in the heart of Surrey. It began operations in 1849 originally called ‘Chilworth and Albury’ incorporating the nearby village of Albury just over a mile away into the station name. Its 2 platforms sit along the North Downs Line and are operated by the Great Western Railway. Interestingly, parts of the original station including the century-old footbridge and old crossing gates were sold to local artist David Shepherd for just £1 during renovations. This is a commuter town and there are fast direct trains to the Reading in just 55 minutes almost every hour and into London Waterloo with one change in just 50 minutes.
If you’re looking for the great outdoors, you couldn’t pick a better place than Chilworth which is squeezed between the hiking and equestrian trails that wind up through the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the chalk hills and woodland of the South Downs National Park. Before you lace up your boots for a day in the parks, take a little time to swing by the remnants of the 17th-century Chilworth Gunpowder Mills.
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