|Location||Edenbridge, District of Sevenoaks|
|Classification||DfT category E|
|Opened||2 January 1888|
Passenger statistics from the Office of Rail and Road
Edenbridge Town railway station is one of two stations serving Edenbridge in Kent, England. The station, and all trains serving it, are operated by Southern, and it is on the Uckfield branch of the Oxted line, 25 miles 47 chains (41.18 km) from London Bridge.
The station has a ticket office which is staffed during Monday-Saturday mornings (06:30-13:05 Mon-Fri, 07:00-13:30 Sat). At other times, the station is unstaffed and tickets can be purchased from the self-service ticket machine at the station.
The station has passenger help points and covered seating areas available on both platforms which are linked by a subway. There are also toilets at the station which are open when the station is staffed. The station has a free car park (operated by Saba Parking) and taxi-rank at its main entrance. There is also a cycle rack at the station entrance.
The London bound platform is accessible without steps although the Uckfield bound platform is only reachable by the stepped subway so isn't accessible. 
The station is served by the following bus services:
All services at Edenbridge Town are operated by Southern using Class 171 DMUs. The current off-peak service in trains per hour is:
Services increase to 2 tph in each direction during the peak hours.
On Sundays, the northbound service runs as far as Oxted only.
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