Part of a new series on my YouTube channel, I visit all the top ten least used stations in Kent, starting with Ashurst.
Opened in 1888 by the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, the station is at time of writing operated by Southern, a subsidiary of Govia Thameslink.
It has a reasonable sized car park next to it, one of only a handful on this list, and the overall setting is very pleasant. Below you can see the view along the tracks towards London.
Here is a view towards Ukfield. The line is actually known as the Ukfield branch of the Oxted line. Class 171 Diesel Multiple Units operate on the line at the time of writing.
The station has the usual help points, dot matrix displays, and two wooden shelters. There is also an additional modern shelter on the London bound platform.
A very pleasant station, with good views for the enthusiast, however traffic is mainly passenger.
For a full overview of the station, please view the YouTube video below.
Ill blog again next week with mini overview of the next on the list. Many thanks for reading.