Trains to Frimley traverse the Blackwater River, passing through the Surrey countryside before coming to rest in this charming town. The station was built in 1877 by the London and South Western Railway and was electrified in 1939, and today it takes offers local services to Ascot and Guildford, with a small number of peak-time trains continuing to London Waterloo. The station is a short distance from the town's High Street.
The town of Frimley started out as a small farming village owned by Chertsey Abbey, but during the 18th century it became a transport hub, providing coaching services on the London to Portsmouth road, as well as water transport on the Basingstoke Canal. Highlights of the area include The Basingstoke Canal Visitor Centre, which offers a tearoom, a play area and boat trips in summer; and Frimley Lodge Park, where you can enjoy peaceful canalside and woodland walks. Both are found in Mytchett, a short bus ride away.