Robertsbridge railway station serves the little village of the same name and lies in the heart of the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It was opened in the mid-19th century as a terminus of the Hastings Line, but was later changed to a junction at the turn of the 20th century when the newly built Rother Valley Light Railway to Tenterden was opened. Today, the station is managed, along with the trains that pass through by Southeastern. Unlike many British stations, the original red-brick station buildings still survive today and are used as a ticket office which is open during the mornings and early afternoons. When it’s closed, there are self-service machines available to purchase tickets before boarding. The two platforms are connected by a footbridge. There is an hourly direct service to Hastings in 27 minutes throughout the day and between one and two departures an hour to Tonbridge Wells in 24 minutes.
One of the biggest draws for visitors is the spectacular landscape crisscrossed with hiking footpaths. If you’re visited Robertsbridge, be sure to bring your walking boots and camera because you’re not going to want to miss a hike through High Weald.
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