Situated on the North Downs Line and offering trains to Reading, Redhill and Gatwick Airport, Reigate railway station has been serving the local area since the summer of 1849 when it was known as Reigate Town.

It has been a two-platform station for many years now, but in April 2016 it was revealed that a third platform would be built to help cope with the 1.6 million passengers that pass through its doors on an annual basis. And in December that same year, a campaign was launched to finally include the station in the Oyster Card scheme.

Reigate itself is a small market town in the centre of Surrey, with a rich history that dates back to its Bronze Age settlers and appearance in the Domesday Book of 1086, where it appears as Cherchefelle – the meaning of which is thought to be "the open space by the hill". More recently, a number of the town’s buildings have been Grade I and Grade II listed, including the 13th Century Reigate Priory.


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