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|Type||Heavy rail, Commuter Rail|
|Locale||South East England|
|Operator(s)||South Western Railway|
|Number of tracks||1-2|
|Track gauge||4 ft 8 1⁄2 in (1,435 mm) standard gauge|
|Electrification||750v DC 3rd rail|
The Ascot–Guildford line is a railway line in South East England.
The line is also a part of the following routes:
Infrastructure[edit | edit source]
Ascot station is located on the line from London Waterloo to Reading, just to the south of the famous racecourse. From here, the service travels a short distance west along the Waterloo to Reading Line to Ascot Junction. Here it turns south and travels to Ash Vale junction, joining a section of the Alton Line as far as Aldershot. The service then retraces its route back along the Alton Line towards Ash Vale before joining the North Downs Line via a chord at Aldershot South Junction for the remainder of the journey to Guildford.
Electrification[edit | edit source]
The line is electrified (750 V DC third rail)
References[edit | edit source]
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