East Farleigh railway station


East Farleigh railway station

Infobox UK station
name = East Farleigh
code = EFL



caption = East Farleigh railway station in 1977
manager = Southeastern
locale = East Farleigh
borough = Maidstone
lowusage0405 = 18,091
lowusage0506 = 17,527
lowusage0607 = 21,782
platforms = 2
start = 25 September 1844

East Farleigh railway station is on the Medway Valley Line in Kent, and, although closer to the village of East Farleigh, on the opposite bank of the River Medway, is actually located in Barming Parish. Train services are provided by Southeastern.

East Farleigh station is about 30 yards from the mediaeval Farleigh Bridge taking foot and road passengers across the river, one of only four such bridges between Maidstone and Tonbridge.

ervices

The typical off-peak service from the station is one train per hour to Paddock Wood, and one train an hour to Strood. Connections to London are available at either of these two stations, or by changing at Maidstone West and walking to Maidstone East.

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