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Bexley is a town located in South East London, located on the Sidcup line.
Railway type and traffic
Majority of passenger workings are 465s and 376s. But class 59s/66s/60s, engineering trains sometimes use this line.
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Bexley is a town in south east London, however it does open fields and does like countryside especially when looking from the London end of platform one, so a mixture of open country and town-like.
The A2 to the Danson interchange and follow the signs to Bexley Village and the station is clearly signposted.
If your coming from
the coast the A2 passes over the line just before the junction.Click here to set up your location for directions to this location Bexley Station map co-ordinates
Bexley is ok to leave your car in, however it is recommended that you leave it in the station car park.
Bexley station can be reached easily from London Charing Cross, Cannon Street or London Bridge and from the coast by changing at Dartford.Click here to set up your location for directions to this location
There is a toilet on the station but when this out of use, there is a toilet in the town but it rarely works. Bexley village has a chip shop and pubs within easy reach of the station.
Sun Compass using Suncalc by brought to you by Vladimir Agafonkin
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Bexley Station general view map
Bexley Station close up map
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Light is generally good during the day, but until about 19:00 the sun begins to become head on when photographing trains from the London direction.
General views - All photographs © James Martin unless otherwise stated
Fig 1 - Looking south east
Fig 2 - Looking south east
Fig 3 - Looking north west
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