Southeastern Railways opened Godstone train station in 1842 to serve the quiet village of Godstone, Surrey. The two platform station is situated about 2 miles away from the village centre in South Godstone - which is even more rural and quiet and used to be mostly farmland before Godstone station was built here. There’s a pub right opposite the train station called The Lagham, which also serves up Indian and Nepalese cuisine. There are also several garden nurseries in the area for all those locals and visitors with green thumbs to explore.
Trains from Godstone run every hour to Tonbridge, stopping at Penshurst, Leigh and Edenbridge along the way. There are also trains going to London Victoria, calling at popular commuter stops such as East Croydon and Clapham Junction along the way. Since 1967, the Godstone train station has been unstaffed, but there’s a self-service machine for passengers to purchase tickets before travel. Station facilities also include an accessible toilet and a seated waiting area on Platform 2.
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