Located in the borough of Bromley, Sundridge Park train station is part of a shuttle service which runs along a 3-station spur line from Bromley North to Grove Park in Greater London. There are 4 Southeastern trains per hour in each direction with journey times of 3 minutes to Grove Park and 2 minutes to Bromley North. From Grove Park passengers can continue their journey into London or head south to destinations such as Tonbridge and Hastings. Alternatively, a walk or short taxi ride from Bromley North to Bromley South station offers direct links to both London and the Kent seaside.
Sundridge village, in which Sundridge Park train station is located, has a variety of restaurants, shops, cafés and pubs which include the independent coffee shop of Ginger and Bean almost on the doorstep. The town of Bromley itself is also within walking distance and offers a greater choice of amenities and attractions. Its pedestrianised high street and The Glades centre has plenty to keep shoppers busy while those looking for some oases of calm have a lot to choose from. The ornamental green spaces of both Queens Gardens and the lake-front Church House Gardens are close by while the borough's biggest park – Crystal Palace Park – is just over 3 miles away. This huge Grade II listed area is home to multiple attractions which include a boating lake, historical terraces and sculptures and the Crystal Palace Museum. Bromley is served by an extensive bus network for visiting other nearby places. Take a tour of the fascinating man-made Chislehurst Caves whose history spans centuries or wander through the Art Deco mansion of Eltham Palace and Gardens with its medieval Great Hall and once the home of millionaire socialites.
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