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Chipstead railway station

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Location  Chipstead
Station code  CHP
Fare zone  6
Local authority  Reigate and Banstead
Original company  Tattenham Corner line
Managed by  Southern
DfT category  E
2011–12  0.153 million
Number of platforms  2
Chipstead railway station

Address  Chipstead, Coulsdon CR5 3TD, United Kingdom
Similar  Woodmansterne railway station, Reedham (Surrey) railway st, Kingswood railway station, Coulsdon Town railway st, Tattenham Corner railway st

Chipstead railway station is in the county of Surrey. It is a late-Victorian station on the Tattenham Corner Line and was opened in 1897. The station and all trains serving it are operated by Southern. It is in Travelcard Zone 6.

The station buildings are no longer used by Southern, having been sold off and converted for private use in the mid-late 1990s, and a small ticket office is in a pre-fabricated building on the Up platform.


Typical off-peak train service per hour (including weekends):

  • two to London Bridge via East Croydon.
  • two to Tattenham Corner
  • Additional services run to /from London Victoria in the weekday business peaks, whilst Victoria is also the destination for weekday evening trains.


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