Situated in the idyllic village and civil parish of Ash in the borough of Guildford, Ash Railway Station has two platforms offering regular trains to Reading, Redhill, Guildford, Gatwick Airport and Ascot via Aldershot.
Lying about halfway along the North Downs Line – which stretches from Reading down through the picturesque Surrey Hills to Redhill – it was originally opened with four platforms in August 1849, and has since been known as Ash and Aldershot, Aldershot, and Ash Junction.
Surrounding Ash Railway Station is the village of Ash, which itself has a rich local history, boasting at least 13 different buildings which are now Grade II listed. Among these historic properties is the Henley Park country house and landscape garden, a 13th century estate that was a medieval deer park for 300 years before being sold for the princely sum of £850 by Charles I.
All South West Trains ticket machines are able to sell tickets with Disabled Persons Railcard discounts. All machines are accessible, however the station may not be so please check the station access note for further details
Customer Help Points
Customer Help points are located on every platform
Step Free Access
Ash has level access to both platforms and step free interchange via a level crossing at the end of the platform.
This station does not offer
Accessible Booking Office Counter, Accessible Public Telephones, Accessible Taxis, Impaired Mobility Set Down, National Key Toilets, Ramp For Train Access, Staff Help Available, Wheelchairs Available