About Horley Railway Station
Horley Railway Station is a 4-platform train station serving the town of Horley, Surrey. Though the current station features a Victorian, red-brick façade, the current building was only completed in 1905, coinciding with a project to quadruple the lines of the London Brighton and South Coast Railway. An earlier, now defunct station, was built in 1841.
Time to explore Epsom
Tucked into a beautiful green patch of northern Surrey, Epsom is a pretty market town best known for its active racing culture, housed by the internationally famous Epsom Racecourse. Further towards the town centre, the Epsom Playhouse hosts a great programme of dramatic, musical, and comedic productions throughout the year, and the Ashley Centre is a bustling home to locals and visitors looking to treat themselves to a shopping spree. With handy links to Guildford, London, and many more highlights of the south, Epsom makes an excellent base for exploring Surrey and the surrounding areas.
Discover heavenly Harewoods
The Harewoods estate was created over the course of several years by the affluent 19th-century stockbroker, Alfred Howard Lloyd. It takes up a large part of the countryside surrounding the pretty surrey village of Outwood, and provides wonderful, picturesque walking trails to the public all year round, particularly in spring when the woods come alive with English wild flowers.
Planning a trip to Horley Railway Station? Travelodge Gatwick Airport Central Hotel is just a five-minute drive away, and Travelodge Crawley Hotel can be reached in 15.