Built on the line from Aldershot to Woking, Ash Vale station opened in May 1870 as ‘North Camp & Ash Vale’, becoming Ash Vale in March 1924.

The station is very close to the Basingstoke Canal and its Blackwater Valley Aqueduct passes over the A331. The Visitor Centre for the Basingstoke Canal is 1.5 miles away in Mytchett Place Road.

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Buses, taxis and local map

Regular buses going to and from the train station.

Station Ticket Office Hours

Monday to Friday 

24 hour ticket machines

Train Station Information

Car Parking: None
Cycle Parking: 42 spaces
Toilets: Yes
Refreshments: Yes
Taxis: No taxi rank

Useful Numbers

Customer Services: 0345 6000 650

Travel Assistance: 0800 52 82 100

For train times text Ash Vale to 84950