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Small town in South West London, nearest main town would be Twickenham or Richmond. The station is on the line between Teddington and Twickenham.
Railway type and traffic
Usual traffic consists of Class 455s on trains to Waterloo via Richmond or via Kingston along with the occasional set of empties into Strawberry Hill Traincare Depot and in the peaks trains to Shepperton which have come via Richmond.
Very quiet station during the day in a nice area. Not sure what it is like after dark but during the day it is a fine location.
You can park nearby in local streets but spaces are severely limited!
Catch the train from Waterloo to Strawberry Hill from either Waterloo, Clapham Junction, Twickenham, Kingston or Richmond!Click here to set up your location for directions to this location
No station facilities but there used to be (and may still be) a bakers and butchers nearby, if not go to Twickenham with plentiful fast food restaurants and other amenities!
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Strawberry Hill Station
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Photographs tend to be better from the down platform (towards Teddington) as trains to the Depot tend to run down the up line to get into the depot.
General views - All photographs © Tony Rispoli unless otherwise stated
Fig 1 - Looking north
Fig 2 - Looking south
Fig 3 - Looking north
Fig 4 - Looking south
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