A second unnamed café was operating at the station, which was replaced by Cravin' Coffee in late 2016. It is also referred to as the Weybridge Line. Chertsey railway station serves the town of Chertsey in the Runnymede District of Surrey, England. The line was electrified (660v DC third rail) on 3 January 1937 by the Southern Railway. The Chertsey Branch Line, opened in 1848, connects the Waterloo to Reading Line at Virginia Water to the South Western Main Line at Weybridge.

On 23 June 1864, the LSWR was authorised to construct an extension The junction at the Weybridge end was also made triangular: the new curve was authorised on 20 August 1883, and opened on 10 August 1885; it was not regularly used until 4 July 1887. Local mythology ascribes the design of the existing station building to The station featured prominently in the seventh and last series of Inside the station building was a café called the Buffet Carr which closed late 2009. The station was opened by the London and South Western Railway, with the initial section of the Chertsey branch line, in 1848. It is also referred to as the Weybridge Line. In addition two tph use the Chertsey Branch Line to go to London Waterloo via Virginia Water, Staines and Hounslow. This Google Map shows the staion on the South Western Main Line. Chertsey Bridge is a minor waterways placeminor waterways placeplace on the waterwaysmajor waterways placevillagetowncityon the River Thames (below Oxford)between Runnymede Motorway Bridge (Alongside is the Lutyens bridge carrying the A30 Staines By-pass. It is also referred to as the Weybridge Line. Template:Chertsey Branch Line RDT The Chertsey Branch Line, opened in 1848, connects the Waterloo to Reading Line at Virginia Water to the South Western Main Line at Weybridge. At Wokingham , the line is synonymous with the west end of the North Downs Line leading into Reading, to terminate in platforms 4, 5 and 6. Chertsey station is on the Chertsey branch line linking the Waterloo to Reading Line to the South West Main Line in Weybridge, all three currently operated by South Western Railway, benefiting from a level crossing and a road bridge sweeping north–south traffic around to the west of the town centre. )(4 miles and 5¼ furlongsand 2 … Chertsey railway station. Originally suited to serve up to 4-coach trains, an extension project that concluded in 2017 extended both platforms to serve up to 12-coach trains. At Virginia Water, the Chertsey Branch Line provides another connection to the South West Main Line whilst at Ascot, the Ascot–Guildford line heads southwards towards Aldershot and Farnham. Whereas the current station is about 40m to the north west of Guildford Street, the original 1848 station was on the other side of Guildford Street to the south east.

Stations on the line are: Virginia Water Stops on this line include the main towns and villages of Runnymede … Up and Down platforms serve the slow lines; there is a bay platform on the up side, from which trains operate on the Chertsey or Weybridge Branch of the Waterloo to Reading Line. At the time it opened and for 18 years thereafter, the line terminated at Guildford Street and the branch line ran only in a south easterly direction to Plans showing the layout of both stations are available for viewing, by prior arrangement, in the research section of Suburban and non-main line routes serving this station The junction of this curve with the down line near Byfleet was altered to a burrowing junction from 19 February 1903.The single-track chord giving access from Chertsey towards Ascot was closed in 1966.Between Virginia Water and Chertsey, the line crosses the Lua error in Module:Coordinates at line 668: callParserFunction: function "#coordinates" was not found. It is located on the Chertsey Loop Line and is operated by South Western Railway . Note the train that will use the Chertsey Branch Line in Platform 1, which shares an island with the London-bound Platform 2.