Weybridge (WYB)

Weybridge is a stop on the South Western Main Line out of London Waterloo in Surrey between Walton-on-Thames and Byfleet & New Haw.
Type: National Rail
(South Western Main Line)
Station code: WYB
Opened: 1838
Platforms: 3

Weybridge was opened by the London & Southampton Railway in 1838. The station was built in a deep cutting with the station buildings at road level.

As well as platforms on both slow lines of the South Western Main Line Weybridge also has a bay platform for terminating trains on the Chertsey branch line.

South Western Railway operate all trains which serve Weybridge with up to six trains an hour to London Waterloo. Trains in the other direction are usually headed to Woking or Basingstoke.
A Woking bound SWR 455 arrives

View of the station from the road bridge

Platform view showing footbridge

Station sign

Brooklands Museum
Near to Weybridge station is the former airfield, aircraft manufacturing centre and racetrack (the world's first one to be purpose built) Brooklands. The site is now home to a museum with a number of collections. The aircraft collection includes Concorde and the VC10 while the car collection includes Formula 1 race cars. Brooklands is also host to the London Bus Museum.

London Bus Museum