Feltham Station Feltham Station Feltham Station in West London dates back to Victorian times and was originally built in 1848 by the Windsor Staines and South Western Railway. Maybe somewhat uniquely Feltham Station still has three entrances in place all of which have at one time been the main route onto the platforms. The top photo in this series shows the oldest station building on the West bound side which is still in use today but now plays a secondary role to the new East bound station building. The second photo shows the bricked up and now disused entrance that served passengers from before the Second World War through to the 1990’s. Elsewhere you can still see where there was another platform / siding in the station now covered in undergrowth.
Today Feltham station is served by South West Trains principally on routes from London Waterloo to Reading and also to Windsor and Eton Riverside.
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Previous Feltham station entrance, in use from pre 1945 to the early 1990’s.
The same entrance in earlier times
Feltham Station’s main entrance today
The track may have gone but its still very obvious where the siding platform to the original Feltham station was located.
Brompton Road (disused)
Waterloo & City Line
Underground Pioneer (150 years)
Boston Manor Signal Box
Art Deco on the Underground West London Branch lines
Staines to West Drayton
Southall to Brentford
West Drayton to Uxbridge
West Ealing to Greenford
Uxbridge High Street to Denham
Other London photos