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Written by Mark Bearton - 25 Jan 2005
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Location notes
Chertsey is on the line linking the London Waterloo to Reading line at Virginia Water with the main line to Basingstoke at Weybridge.
Railway type and traffic
There is a regular half-hourly local service from London Waterloo to Weybridge via Chertsey. There is also the occasional freight and engineers working.
The location is a quiet footbridge on a footpath on the edge of Chertsey. There is a school nearby.
Road directions
From the M25, junction 11:
Head east along the A317, then turn north onto the A318 towards Chertsey. Just as you enter the built up area, there is a church on the left, with a mini-roundabout ahead. The footpath leads alongside the church.

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Chertsey, Addlestone Moor map co-ordinates
Parking on the main road is restricted, and next to the church is for Cemetery visitors only. It is best to turn left after the mini-roundabout and find parking on one of the residential roads.
Public transport
From Chertsey station, turn left, then right into Station Road. Continue, past a pub, to the end where the road turns left into Highfield Road with the school on the right. Continue to the main road at the end, turning left, then turn left again by the church and continue down the lane and footpath to the footbridge.

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Sun Compass using Suncalc by brought to you by Vladimir Agafonkin:
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Chertsey, Addlestone Moor

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Chertsey, Addlestone Moor general view map
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Photographic notes
The light here is best in a morning until just after 1200 for trains heading towards Weybridge, and from mid-afternoon onwards for those in the opposite direction.

General views - All photographs © Mark Bearton unless otherwise stated
Fig 1 - Looking north west

Fig 1 - Looking north west

Fig 2 - Looking north west

Fig 2 - Looking north west

Fig 3 - Looking south east

Fig 3 - Looking south east

Fig 4 - Looking north west - Photo by Chris Nevard

Fig 4 - Looking north west - <i>Photo by Chris Nevard</i>

Fig 5 - Looking north west - Photo by Chris Nevard

Fig 5 - Looking north west - <i>Photo by Chris Nevard</i>

Fig 6 - Looking south east - Photo by Chris Nevard

Fig 6 - Looking south east - <i>Photo by Chris Nevard</i>

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