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Ascot–Guildford line

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Ascot–Guildford line
Overview
TypeHeavy rail, Commuter Rail
SystemNational Rail
StatusOperational
LocaleSouth East England
TerminiAscot
Guildford
Stations8
Operation
OwnerNetwork Rail
Operator(s)South Western Railway
Technical
Number of tracks1-2
Track gauge4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) standard gauge
Electrification750v DC 3rd rail
Route map

Waterloo–Reading line
to Reading & Waterloo
Ascot
28 mi 79 ch
46.65 km
Bagshot
32 mi 08 ch
51.66 km
Camberley
35 mi 30 ch
56.93 km
Frimley
37 mi 48 ch
60.51 km
mileage
change
Ash Vale
32 mi 38 ch
52.26 km
Aldershot
35 mi 00 ch
56.33 km
mileage
change
Ash
49 mi 18 ch
79.22 km
mileage
change
Wanborough
34 mi 29 ch
55.3 km
mileage
change
Guildford
30 mi 27 ch
48.82 km
Mileages from London Waterloo via various routes

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.

The line is single track from just south of Frimley station (and north of the South Western Main Line between Brookwood and Farnborough Main) and Ash Vale Junction.

Electrification[edit | edit source]

The line is electrified (750 V DC third rail)

References[edit | edit source]



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