National Rail
Clandon railway station
General information
LocationWest Clandon, Guildford
Coordinates51°15′50″N 0°30′11″W / 51.264°N 0.503°W / 51.264; -0.503Coordinates: 51°15′50″N 0°30′11″W / 51.264°N 0.503°W / 51.264; -0.503
Grid referenceTQ045527
Managed bySouth Western Railway
Other information
Station codeCLA
ClassificationDfT category E
2016/17Increase 0.223 million
2017/18Decrease 0.206 million
2018/19Decrease 0.203 million
2019/20Decrease 0.185 million
2020/21Decrease 31,444
Passenger statistics from the Office of Rail and Road

Clandon railway station is located in the village of West Clandon in Surrey, England. It is 25 miles 26 chains (40.8 km) down the line from London Waterloo.

The station is managed by South Western Railway, who provide the majority of train services; Southern also provide some peak period services.

It is situated on the New Guildford Line between Waterloo and Guildford via Cobham or Epsom.


South Western Railway operate all off-peak services at the station using Class 455 EMUs.

Until 2022, Class 456 trains were often attached to Class 455 units to form ten carriage trains, but these were withdrawn on 17th January with the introduction of a new timetable. [1]

The typical off-peak service in trains per hour is:[2]

During the peak hours, the station is also served by a number of Southern services between Guildford and London Bridge via Sutton and West Croydon. These services run towards London in the morning peak and towards Guildford in the evening peak and are operated using Class 377 EMUs.[3]

Preceding station
National Rail
Following station
Horsley   South Western Railway
New Guildford Line
Mole Valley Line
  London Road (Guildford)
Sutton & Mole Valley Lines
Peak Hours Only

Accidents and incidents


  1. ^ "SWR withdraws '456s' following service cuts". Rail. No. 949. 26 January 2022. p. 10-11.
  2. ^ Table 152 National Rail timetable, May 2020
  3. ^ Table 182 National Rail timetable, May 2020
  4. ^ "Surrey train stabbing: Suspect arrested along with a woman". BBC News. Retrieved 27 January 2019.
  5. ^ "Darren Pencille: Train killer 'would panic during rail journeys'". BBC News. Retrieved 13 July 2019.