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Strood Railway Station serves the town of Stroodmarker in Medway. It is on the North Kent Line and is a terminus for the Medway Valley Line. Train services are operated by Southeastern.

The station has three ground-level platforms; Platforms 2 and 3 are on an island platform and Platform 1 is at the eastern side. The entrance and ticket office adjoin Platform 1, with a tunnel from that platform leading to the island. Platforms 2 and 1 mainly handle traffic to and from London respectively, with Maidstone and Paddock Wood services terminating at and returning from Platform 3.

Service

The typical off-peak service from the station is:

From 13 December 2009 this station will be served by fast trains travelling over High Speed 1 reaching London St Pancrasmarker in 32 minutes, compared with the off-peak service from London Charing Cross which at the beginning of 2009 takes 68 minutes. The planned off-peak service to St Pancras is two trains per hour and six arriving during the peak hours between 07:00 and 09:59.


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