Horsham railway station

Horsham railway station

Horsham railway station serves the town of Horsham in West Sussex, England. It is on the Arun Valley Line 61 km (38 miles) south of London Victoria and the Sutton & Mole Valley Lines, and train services are provided by Southern and Southeastern. Services on the Sutton & Mole Valley Line from London Victoria, Sutton & Dorking and South Eastern services from Tunbridge Wells terminate at Horsham.

The building is grade II listed, see external links below. It was built in the International Modern Style in 1938 about the same time as the electrification of the line. Nearby is the type 13 signal box, also Grade II listed.


Off-peak frequencies on Mondays to Fridays: (From 10/12/2007)

From 10/12/2007, the service towards Portsmouth Harbour/Southampton Central and Bognor Regis now divides at this station and attaches here towards London Victoria via Gatwick Airport and East Croydon during off-peak hours, as part of the new West Coastway timetable. |}

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