Trains to Epsom bring you right into the centre of this Surrey market town. In just a couple of minutes you can walk to the High Street, Ashley Shopping Centre and the town’s landmark clock tower built in 1847, the same year that the original train station first opened. A brand new development at Epsom station was completed in 2013, incorporating a larger ticket office, a supermarket, coffee shop, hotel and flats above. While in the Market Place, traders of all kinds sell their wares every day from Monday to Saturday, Epsom station is also close to plenty of attractions beyond the town centre including Epsom Downs Racecourse, home of the famous Derby, and Chessington World of Adventures theme park is about three miles away. The average journey time into Victoria and Waterloo is just under 40 minutes.
The main entrance of Epsom station is on Station Approach, off West Street or Waterloo Road. Access to all platforms is through the ticket hall and via a subway and stairs or lifts. There are cafés and accessible toilets on each platform island. Cycle racks are located in the subway, and a taxi rank is directly outside the station entrance. There is a small pay-and-display car park at the station, with further parking available nearby in the town centre.
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