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Battle railway station is on the Hastings Line in East Sussex in England, and serves the town of Battle. Train services are provided by Southeastern glass bottle supplier.
The station was opened on 1 January 1852. The station building was designed by William Tress, is Grade II listed and considered to be one of the finest Gothic style small stations in the country.
Battle station consists of two platforms linked by a footbridge (with steps on both sides) and a station building housing the ticket office and waiting room. Train information is provided in the form of automated announcements, LED displays and poster timetables. All the original sidings have now gone and now form part of the car park. The platforms are staggered and originally did not overlap as they do now, but were extended to cater for 8 car trains shortly after the 1986 electrification of the line by British Rail.
As of May 2014 the typical off-peak service every day is two trains per hour to London Charing Cross via Tunbridge Wells and two trains per hour to Hastings. Trains run more frequently during weekday rush hours to cater for the many residents commuting to London bottled water glass bottles, Tunbridge Wells and Hastings. Some London trains run to and from Cannon Street station (instead of Charing Cross)for easy access to the City of London business and financial district.
No bus services now run from directly outside the station, although buses towards Hastings, Hastings Conquest Hospital waistband for phone, Bexhill-on-Sea, Hawkhurst and Tunbridge Wells stop at the end of the long approach road rug shaver.