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The present station was opened by the South Eastern Railway (SER) on 1 December 1842, and became part of the Southern Railway during the grouping of 1923.The station then passed on to the Southern Region of British Railways on nationalisation in 1948.Seasonal Ski trains also run in the winter months to Bourg-Saint-Maurice in the French Alps.Tonbridge and Malling Borough covers an area from the North Downs at Burham and Snodland in the north to the town of Tonbridge in the south.A direct train for Brussels was reinstated in 2009.From May 2015 a new all-year service to Marseille runs up to five times a week.The new settlement of Kings Hill can be regarded as equally tied in with the economy of Maidstone to that of parts of Kent further to the western extremity.
The domestic terminal to the north of the tracks and the international terminal to the south are connected by a subway which has access to the platforms; access to the international trains on platforms 3 and 4 is only possible through an overbridge from the international terminal.* Annual estimated passenger usage based on sales of tickets in stated financial year(s) which end or originate at Ashford International from Office of Rail and Road statistics. Ashford International railway station (IATA: QDH) is on the South Eastern Main Line in England, serving the town of Ashford, Kent.It is 56 miles 9 chains (90.3 km) down-line from London Charing Cross and is situated between Pluckley and Westenhanger stations on the main line.Tonbridge district can be divided in two distinct areas, which were divided at the beginning of the nineteenth century by the woods and heaths of the ragstone (1) ridge from Great Comp to East Malling.Northwards lies the well peopled Vale of Holmesdale with the market town of West Malling as the principal centre of population, an area crossed lengthways by the railway and motorway (M20); southwards of the ridge is the heavy clay of the Weald and valley of the Medway The land included is mainly agricultural - orchards, and livestock in the main – although major business parks and buildings within 30 miles (50 km) coupled with the railways and the motorway means a majority of working residents commute to work in the more built-up villages and Tonbridge.