|Location||East Horsley, Guildford|
|Managed by||South Western Railway|
|Classification||DfT category D|
|Original company||London and South Western Railway|
|Pre-grouping||London and South Western Railway|
|2 February 1885||Opened as Horsley and Ockham and Ripley|
|December 1914||Renamed Horsley|
Passenger statistics from the Office of Rail and Road
Horsley railway station is located in the village of East Horsley in Surrey, England. It is 22 miles 16 chains (35.7 km) down the line from London Waterloo, and also serves the village of West Horsley, as well as the nearby villages of Ockham and Ripley.
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 London (to the northeast) and Guildford (to the southwest) via Cobham, although some trains operate via Epsom rather than Cobham.
The railway lines connecting Hampton Court Junction (near Surbiton) and Leatherhead with Guildford via Effingham Junction were proposed in 1880 and authorised to be constructed by the London and South Western Railway. They opened on 2 February 1885. One of the stations between Effingham Junction and Guildford which opened the same day was Horsley and Ockham and Ripley; the name was simplified to Horsley in December 1914, but some timetables showed it as "Horsley for East Horsley, West Horsley, Ockham and Ripley".
All services at Horsley are operated by South Western Railway using Class 455 EMUs.
The typical off-peak service in trains per hour is:
Additional services run via Epsom during the peak hours, increasing the service to 4 tph in each direction.
|Preceding station||Following station|
|Effingham Junction||South Western Railway
Horsley station doubled as Middleton station in the 1990s BBC1 show Pie in the Sky and appeared briefly in the 1984 spy thriller The Jigsaw Man with Michael Caine and Laurence Olivier.