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Purley Oaks Location Sanderstead Local authority London Borough of Croydon Managed by Southern Station code PUO Number of platforms 4 (2 in use) Fare zone 6 National Rail annual entry and exit 2004-05 0.411 million[1] 2005-06 0.401 million[1] 2006-07 0.603 million[1] 2007-08 0.645 million[1] 2008-09 0.556 million[1] 5 November 1899 Opened List of stations Underground · National Rail External links Departures • Layout   Facilities • Buses London Transport portal UK Railways portal Purley Oaks railway station is in the London Borough of Croydon in south London. The station is on the Brighton Main Line between Croydon and Redhill. All trains serving it are operated by Southern and it is in London Travelcard Zone 6. The station comprises four platform faces, that on the west side completely unused (up fast line), and an island platform whose western face is unused (down fast) and whose eastern face is used by up stopping trains. The layout is completed by a platform on the eastern side served by down trains. The ticket office (staffed for part of the day) is on the Island platform with a self-service passenger-operated ticket machine located in the subway which runs beneath the station. No self-service PERTIS (PERMIT TO TRAVEL) passenger-operated coin-in-the-slot ticket machine is available. The illustration shown to the right of this text shows the station as viewed from the west. The staircase shown to the right of the entrance is currently unused and leads to the northbound fast line platform. A short walk away from Purley Oaks Station, is Sanderstead railway station, also in Zone 6, with northbound services to London Victoria station and London Bridge and southbound services to East Grinstead and Uckfield (change at Oxted). Contents 1 History 2 Services 3 References 4 External links History The present station was opened by the London Brighton and South Coast Railway on 5 November 1899. It was built as part of the improvements to the main line and the opening of the Quarry Line. Until 1983, semi-fast trains to London Victoria from Coulsdon North stopped on Platform 1 (calling at South and East Croydon, Clapham Junction and Victoria), with returning trains stopping at Platform 2 (calling at Purley and Coulsdon North). Semi-fast trains to London Bridge and Charing Cross from Caterham/Tattenham Corner stopped at Platform 3 (calling at South and East Croydon, New Cross Gate, London Bridge, Waterloo East and Charing Cross), returning trains stopping at Platform 4 (the train divided at Purley, with the front portion stopping at all stations to Caterham, and the rear portion stopping at all stations to Tattenham Corner). Coulsdon North closed in 1983, and Platform 1 at Purley Oaks was gutted by fire in 1989; Croydon Model Railway Society's clubrooms on Platform 1 were destroyed in the blaze. Southbound train calls at platform Station platforms looking north - fast tracks on far left Services A 1905 Railway Clearing House map of lines around Purley Oaksrailway station. The typical off-peak train service per hour is: 2 (trains per hour) to London Victoria via East Croydon and Norbury 2 to London Bridge via East Croydon and Forest Hill 4 to Caterham Preceding station National Rail Following station South Croydon   Southern Brighton Main Line   Purley References ^ a b c d e "Station usage". Rail statistics. Office of Rail Regulation. 30 April 2010. Retrieved 17 January 2011.  Please note: Some methodology may vary year on year. 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