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Whyteleafe railway station

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Whyteleafe National Rail
Location of Whyteleafe in Surrey
Local authorityDistrict of Tandridge
Managed bySouthern
Station codeWHY
DfT categoryE
Number of platforms2
Fare zone6
OSIUpper Warlingham[2]
National Rail annual entry and exit
2013–14Decrease 0.288 million[3]
2014–15Decrease 0.284 million[3]
2015–16Increase 0.304 million[3]
2016–17Increase 0.286 million[3]
2017–18Decrease 0.281 million[3]
Key dates
1 January 1900Opened
Other information
External links
WGS8451°18′35.2″N 0°4′52.2″W / 51.309778°N 0.081167°W / 51.309778; -0.081167Coordinates: 51°18′35.2″N 0°4′52.2″W / 51.309778°N 0.081167°W / 51.309778; -0.081167
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A 1905 Railway Clearing House map of lines around Whyteleafe railway station.
A 1905 Railway Clearing House map of lines around Whyteleafe railway station.

Whyteleafe railway station is in the Tandridge district of Surrey, England. It is 17 miles 58 chains (28.5 km) from Charing Cross. The station and all trains serving it are operated by Southern, and it is on the Caterham Line.

It is a short walk from Upper Warlingham railway station on the Oxted Line, which runs parallel to the Caterham Line for most of its length. The station, opened on 1 January 1900 (after the line), has a single-storey ticket office on the Up side, and a double barrier CCTV crossing at the country end of the station.


The typical off-peak train service per hour is:[4]

During peak times, the London Bridge via Norbury service is replaced by a fast service to London Victoria.

On Sundays trains run every 30 minutes to/from London Bridge via Forest Hill only.

Preceding station
National Rail
Following station
Kenley   Southern
Caterham Line
  Whyteleafe South


  1. ^ "London and South East" (PDF). National Rail. September 2006. Archived from the original (PDF) on 6 March 2009.
  2. ^ "Out of Station Interchanges" (XLS). Transport for London. 19 February 2019.
  3. ^ a b c d e "Station usage estimates". Rail statistics. Office of Rail Regulation. Please note: Some methodology may vary year on year.
  4. ^ GB eNRT May 2016 Edition, Table 181 (Network Rail)
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