About Staines Railway Station
Staines Railway Station is a train station in Staines upon Thames, Surrey, making up part of the Waterloo to Reading line. It was opened in the mid-19th century through a collaboration between the Windsor, Staines, and South Western Railways.
See some of Surrey
A beautiful, affluent county in the south of England, Surrey is brimming with wonderful things to see and do. Whether you’re drawn to its adrenaline-pumping theme parks, its popular racecourses, or its simple, bucolic villages and sprawling woodland, you’re sure to come away agreeing that Surrey is one of the most beautiful areas of the south. Some of Surrey’s most popular attractions include the Kew Royal Botanic Gardens, Hogs Back Brewery and Hampton Court Palace.
Walk in Henry’s footsteps at Hampton Court Palace
Hampton Court Palace is the largest and most impressive Tudor structure in England, and a famous must-see for anyone visiting Surrey. Regular themed tours, or independent visits will take you through a staggering Great Hall, Henry VIII’s State Apartments and the recently restored Cumberland Art Gallery. The palace regularly hosts a number of exciting events, such as falconry displays, ghost walks, Tudor jousting, and much more.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near Staines Railway Station? Travelodge Staines Hotel is just a five-minute drive away, and Travelodge Egham Hotel can be reached in just over 10.