Beyond question, the town of Sutton is a product of the rail lines and tracks. Before the opening of the train lines through the London, Brighton as well as South Coast Railway in the year 1847, this was minimally a suburb. Since the Sutton Station has been built at the southern terminus of the High Street in the 1930s, the populace and expansion of the place have grown abruptly in leaps and bounds.
Talking of the beauty of the station, its crimson masonry and stonework in addition to the neat lines boom the “between-the-wars” railway station structural design of Southern Railways. The building of the Sutton station has a ticket counter in addition to a branch of M&S Food to Go. You’ll find ticket machines outside the frontage. Besides, you can reach all four platforms through an overpass or lifts for step-free entrance.
The middle region of Sutton, north of the station, has quite a lot of eateries, varieties of restaurants, inns and bars, together with The Winning Post. If you want to buy some delicious food and munchies for or before the journey, you can visit the Starbucks on platform 1 or the Pumpkin Café between platforms 2 and 3.
Purchase your train tickets in advance to reserve your seat and save some money. Hope you enjoy a hassle-free and comfortable journey.