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Written by Mark Bearton - 25 Jan 2005
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Location notes
Egham is located on the line from London Waterloo west towards Reading.
Railway type and traffic
There is a frequent service of Multiple Units on the line, usually comprising a half hourly train to both Reading and Weybridge via Chertsey. There is the occasional freight and engineers working on the line.
Environment
The location is a footbridge just south-west of the station and it is in a fairly quiet residential area.
Road directions
From the M25, junction 13:
Head south towards Egham and the A30. At the roundabout between the A30 and A308 adjacent to the motorway, take the 'B' road towards Egham Town Centre. At the traffic lights on the ring-road turn left towards the station, and turn right before the crossing into Rusham Road. The footbridge is on the left just after the road has narrowed past a building.

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Egham, Rusham Road map co-ordinates
Parking
There are residential roads around the location.
Public transport
From Egham station, head along Rusham Road, which is parallel to the railway on the right hand side. The footbridge is on the left after a 5 minute walk.

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Amenities
There is a pub opposite the footbridge. The town centre of Egham is north of the ring road and is about a 10-15 minute walk away.
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Egham, Rusham Road

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Photographic notes
The light here is best from late morning for trains heading from London, though the shot is slightly constricted due to trees. The rear end of London-bound units are in good view.


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


Fig 1 - Looking north east


Fig 2 - Looking south west


Fig 2 - Looking south west


Fig 3 - Looking south west - Photo by Chris Nevard


Fig 3 - Looking  south west - <i>Photo by Chris Nevard</i>


Fig 4 - Looking north east - Photo by Chris Nevard


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


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