Feltham station was built in the 1990s, although the railway first arrived in the west-of-London town in 1848. Trains to Feltham include services from London Waterloo, Windsor & Eton Riverside, Weybridge and Reading. Feltham is also one of the closest National Rail stations to Heathrow Airport, and in particular, to Terminal 4. From the station forecourt, there is a regular bus service to all five airport terminals. It is a short walk along a footpath and then across the narrow Longford River to Feltham's High Street, which is dominated by The Centre, a massive shopping complex with numerous stores and restaurants. The large retail and business park Leisure West is close to the High Street, south of the station. To the east of Feltham is the open grassland and nature reserve of Hounslow Heath, which can be reached from Feltham station by bus or a thirty-minute walk.
Please note passengers travelling to Feltham need to sit in the front 5 coaches to ensure that the train doors open. This is due to the short platform length at Feltham if you are not sitting in the front 5 coaches the doors will not open.
The main station building is on New Road, which has the ticket office, toilets and a cafe, and leads on to platform 1 for eastbound trains to London. Westbound trains to Reading depart from platform 2, across a footbridge with lifts for step-free access. There is another station exit on this side of the tracks, which is the quickest way to Feltham High Street. For the Heathrow Airport bus, take the exit at platform 1.
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