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Crawley Crawley Railway Station Location Place Crawley Local authority Crawley, West Sussex Operations Station code CRW Managed by Southern Number of platforms 2 Live arrivals/departures and station information from National Rail Annual rail passenger usage 2004/05 * 1.585 million 2005/06 * 1.689 million 2006/07 * 1.802 million 2007/08 * 1.899 million 2008/09 * 1.885 million History 14 February 1848 Opening of original station 28 July 1968 Closure of original station and opening of present station to the east National Rail - UK railway stations A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z * Annual passenger usage based on sales of tickets in stated financial year(s) which end or originate at Crawley from Office of Rail Regulation statistics. Please note: methodology may vary year on year. UK Railways portal Crawley railway station is a railway station serving the town of Crawley in West Sussex. The station is 47 km (29½ miles) south of London Victoria and is owned and operated by Southern. The station is the last stop on the Arun Valley Line before it rejoins the Brighton Main Line Contents 1 History 2 Facilities 3 Services 4 References 5 External links History The single track branch line of the London Brighton and South Coast Railway between Three Bridges and Horsham was opened 14 February 1848.[1] Crawley and Faygate were intermediate stations each with two platforms to enable trains to pass. The line was doubled throughout during 1862 to coincide with the extension of the railway from Horsham to the Arun Valley. The first Crawley station was situated immediately adjacent to the main High Street, with station buildings on the north side of the railway line.[2] With the continued development of the New Town during the 1950s and 1960s it soon became clear that the station was too small, and a new station building was opened 28 July 1968 at the current site.[3]. The new station was funded by a six-storey commercial development above. The platforms and signalbox of the original station still survive. The former goods yard at Crawley was closed in the 1960s Facilities Concourse Ticket office (x2) Quick Ticket Vending Machine Pumpkin Cafe Waiting room (x2) Toilets Car Park Bicycle storage Services Monday to Saturday daytimes there is a half-hourly service to London Victoria, and a half-hourly service to London Bridge. Westbound there are 4 trains per hour to Horsham, two terminating and two splitting in half. Of the two splitters the front portion goes to either Portsmouth harbour or Southampton Central alternately and the rear portion continues to Bognor Regis serving the Arun Valley stations south of Horsham. Sundays there is a half-hourly service eastbound to London Victoria and also to Horsham westbound with a train continuing to Bognor Regis hourly. Preceding station National Rail Following station Three Bridges   Southern Arun Valley Line   Ifield Crawley Station in 2008 showing the original now disused platforms. Crawley Signal Box References ^ *Howard Turner, Charles (1977). The London Brighton and South Coast Railway. 1 Origins and Formation (1st edn ed.). London: Batsford. ISBN 071340275X.  232-4. ^ Bastable, Roger. No.1 Crawley High Street in Photographs. Crawley: Roger Bastable Publications. pp. 54–57.  ^ Body, Geoffrey. PSL field guide to the railways of Southern Region. Wellinborough: Patrick stephens Ltd.. p. 75. ISBN 185260297X.  External links Train times and station information for Crawley railway station from National Rail v · d · eCrawley, West Sussex Administration Constituency · Local Elections · MP: Henry Smith Leisure Broadfield Stadium · Celtic and Irish Cultural Society · Crawley and District Football League · Crawley Rugby Club · Crawley Town F.C. · Hawth Theatre · Tilgate Park · Worth Park Gardens Transport Crawley Station · Gatwick Airport Station · Ifield Station · Three Bridges Station · M23 motorway · A23 road · Metrobus · Fastway · Gatwick Airport Education Schools in Crawley · Central Sussex College · Ifield Community College · Hazelwick School · Holy Trinity School · Oriel High School · St Wilfrid's School · Thomas Bennett Community College Buildings Listed buildings · Places of worship · Friary Church of St Francis and St Anthony · St John the Baptist's Church · St Margaret's Church · St Michael and All Angels Church · St Nicholas' Church · Ifield Friends Meeting House · Ancient Priors · Brewery Shades · Broadfield House · Charlwood House · City Place Gatwick · Crawley Hospital · George Hotel · Ifield Water Mill · Old Punch Bowl · The Beehive · Tree House · White Hart Inn Geography Gatwick Stream · River Mole Neighbourhoods and other areas Bewbush · Broadfield · Furnace Green · Gossops Green · Ifield · Langley Green · Lowfield Heath · Maidenbower · Manor Royal Industrial · Northgate · Pound Hill · Southgate · Three Bridges · Tilgate · Tinsley Green · West Green · Worth v · d · eRailway stations in West Sussex Bedford and London to Brighton: Gatwick Airport • Three Bridges • Balcombe • Haywards Heath • Wivelsfield • Burgess Hill • Hassocks London to Ford via Horsham: Arun Valley Line Three Bridges • Crawley • Ifield • Faygate • Littlehaven • Horsham • Christ's Hospital • Billingshurst • Pulborough • Amberley • Arundel • Ford London to Horsham via Dorking: Warnham • Horsham Southampton to Brighton: West Coastway Southbourne • Nutbourne • Bosham • Fishbourne • Chichester • Barnham • Ford • Angmering • Goring-by-Sea • Durrington-on-Sea • West Worthing • Worthing • East Worthing • Lancing • Shoreham-by-Sea • Southwick • Fishersgate Bognor Regis branch: Barnham • Bognor Regis Littlehampton branch: Ford • Littlehampton London to East Grinstead: East Grinstead Heritage railway stations (Sussex) Bluebell Railway: Kingscote • Horsted Keynes • Sheffield Park Coordinates: 51°06′43″N 0°11′13″W / 51.112°N 0.187°W / 51.112; -0.187