Thames Ditton railway station
Thames Ditton railway station serves Thames Ditton in the Elmbridge district of Surrey, England. It is the only intermediate station on the Hampton Court branch line, 14 miles 1 chain (22.6 km) down the line from London Waterloo.
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Station buildings are above street level: the main buildings are on the London-bound side.
The typical off-peak service from the station is:
The first direct weekday services to London Waterloo start at 5:56 and the last direct service leaves at 23:30. The Saturday service is identical to the weekday service, and the Sunday service has an identical frequency but starts later and finishes earlier. The journey time to and from Waterloo is 33 minutes for the 14-mile (22 km) distance.
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Hampton Court Branch
As Thames Ditton is an intermediate station, facilities at the station are relatively limited. There is a single-window ticket office within the station building, as well as a lone ticket machine on the 'up' platform. A small coffee kiosk service had been suspended, but resumed service in 2012, however it is only open during the morning peak times.
There is no station car park, and only a handful of static cycle racks are available. Station toilets are not advertised.
Bus services 513, 514, 515 and on Sundays 715 serve the station.
As part of the proposed Crossrail 2 infrastructure, Hampton Court has been proposed by business group London First as the terminus for a potential service to Cheshunt via Central London, opening in the "early 2030s". However, it has not been confirmed as to whether or not this includes a scheduled stop at Thames Ditton.