Wateringbury Railway Station serves the village of Wateringbury, not far from Maidstone, with regular Southeastern trains operating on the Medway Valley Line. In typical off-peak hours, trains from Wateringbury run every hour to Paddock Wood and Tonbridge one way (from platform 1) and Strood the other (from platform 2); connections to London are available at either of the two latter stations. Alternatively, those requiring onward travel may change at Maidstone Barracks and walk to Maidstone East.
Known for its fine Grade II-listed station building constructed in the Tudor style, Wateringbury is a historic station that is today largely quiet but functional. Cycle stands are provided near the station, and there are self-service ticket machines provided for customers wishing to purchase or collect tickets. Train running information is provided on digital arrival screens, and there are basic waiting shelters with seating installed on the staggered platforms. There is step-free accessibility to platform 2 only.
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