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EPSOM PUBLIC TRANSPORT – FOR THOSE WHO JUST MOVED TO EPSOM

About 40% of our customers move to Epsom from other boroughs of London.

The first thing we are usually asked after completing removal is where the nearest tube station is?

We, therefore, listed all the train stations (as there is no tube in Epsom) for our customers and for anyone who wants to know about the Epsom public transport links to and from Epsom on this webpage.

For detailed information about the rail and bus links in Epsom and Ewell click on the link at the bottom of this page. If you call us with questions about transportation in Epsom we might not know the answer by heart but one of our team will be more than happy to check for information you need online.

 

Epsom Public Transport – Train stations

Epsom Station is not in a London Travelcard zone.

From London:

Three trains per hour are available directly to London Victoria (via Sutton, Hackbridge or Mitcham), and to London Waterloo, with one per hour via Epsom to Horsham.

To London:

There is one train per hour each to Victoria and Waterloo.

To and from other parts of Surrey:

Two trains per hour are available from Epsom to Dorking (main), while one train per hour goes to Horsham.


Ewell East – Travelcard Zone 6

To London:

There is one train per hour each for Cheam, Sutton, Clapham Junction, and London Victoria. There are at least two trains per hour to London Victoria via Mitcham Junction except those that go to Wandsworth Common and Battersea Park.

And, there is one train per hour for trains to all stations via West Croydon and Norbury. After 7:00 PM these services cease running through Norbury to run via Crystal Palace.

From London:

Four trains per hour come from London, with at least two and sometimes all of these coming from Victoria, although the occasional train also comes from London Bridge.


Ewell West – Travelcard Zone 6

To and from London:

Four trains per hour go from and to Waterloo Station via Stoneleigh, Wimbledon and Clapham among others.

To and from other parts of Surrey:

Two trains each per hour go to Guildford and to Dorking (Main).


Epsom Downs – Travelcard Zone 6

To and from London

There are four trains per hour. At least one train per hour trains goes directly to Victoria Station while others go to Sutton, so anyone using the Sutton train must change here.


Stoneleigh – Travelcard Zone 5

Four trains per hour go from here to Waterloo Station, and two trains per hour each go to Dorking and Guildford.


Buses

Buses in the area are operated by Quality Line, Arriva, Metrobus, Buses Etcetera, and Buses 4U. A comprehensive timetable for the area and more information about Epsom Public Transport can be found on this page of the Surrey County Council website.

London Underground

The nearest station to Epsom is Vauxhall.