With half a million visitors passing through its doors each year, Winnersh railway station serves the local community of Winnersh with trains to Gatwick Airport, Reading and beyond.

Built in 1910, and originally known as Sindlesham and Hurst Halt, Winnersh railway station connects the region not just to trains on GWR's North Downs line, but also to places further away like London Waterloo.
The Winnersh name is thought to be derived from the Old English word 'winn' which means meadow or pasture, joined with the word 'ersc', meaning field or park. This perfectly sums up what is a beautiful and typically English rural area, which is just a short drive or train journey away from The North Wessex Downs – an area of outstanding natural beauty, ideal for walks, cycling and camping.


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