Aylesford Train Station
Aylesford railway station is on the Medway Valley Line in Kent, England. The station, first opened in 1856, is managed by Southeastern as are the services passing through it. There are two trains per hour (off-peak) to Maidstone West, with some trains continuing to Paddock Wood and Tonbridge, and two trains per hour to Strood. The latter is used for connections to London.
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Aylesford Station Address:
Station Road, Aylseford, Kent, ME20 7LL
Aylesford train station is managed by Southeastern
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