Whyteleafe South railway station

Whyteleafe South railway station serves part of the suburban village of Whyteleafe in the district of Tandridge, Surrey, England. The station and all trains serving it are operated by Southern, and it is on the Caterham Line 18 miles 18 chains (29.3 km) from Charing Cross.

Whyteleafe South National Rail
Whyteleafe South stn building.JPG
Whyteleafe South is located in Surrey
Whyteleafe South
Whyteleafe South
Location of Whyteleafe South in Surrey
Local authorityDistrict of Tandridge
Managed bySouthern
Station codeWHS
DfT categoryE
Number of platforms2
Fare zone6
National Rail annual entry and exit
2014–15Increase 0.135 million[2]
2015–16Increase 0.158 million[2]
2016–17Increase 0.144 million[2]
2017–18Decrease 0.138 million[2]
2018–19Decrease 0.134 million[2]
Key dates
5 August 1856Opened as Warlingham
11 June 1956renamed Whyteleafe South
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WGS8451°18′12.3″N 0°4′36.6″W / 51.303417°N 0.076833°W / 51.303417; -0.076833Coordinates: 51°18′12.3″N 0°4′36.6″W / 51.303417°N 0.076833°W / 51.303417; -0.076833
Underground sign at Westminster.jpg London transport portal
A 1905 Railway Clearing House map of lines around Whyteleafe South railway station.

There are three railway stations in the village, the others being Whyteleafe, and Upper Warlingham on the Oxted Line. This station was named Warlingham until 11 June 1956; its single-storey main buildings are on the Down side. The narrow gabled station house still exists.

On the Caterham-bound platform 2 is a manned ticket office (staffed for only part of the day) and a self-service passenger-operated ticket machine. There is a second self-service passenger-operated ticket machine on London-bound Platform 1.


As of December 2019, the typical off peak service in trains per hour is:[3]

There are also trains to London Victoria during the peak hours.

On Sundays, the service is reduced to 2 tph and the service to London Bridge calls at all stations via Forest Hill.

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  1. ^ "London and South East" (PDF). National Rail. September 2006. Archived from the original (PDF) on 6 March 2009.
  2. ^ a b c d e "Station usage estimates". Rail statistics. Office of Rail Regulation. Please note: Some methodology may vary year on year.
  3. ^ "Timetable 32: London - Caterham" (PDF). Southern, December 2019.

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