Crawley Station lies fortyseven kilometres south of London's Victoria. The station itself is the last stop on the Arun Valley Line before it rejoins the Brighton main line. There are regular Monday to Saturday daytime half hourly services to London Victoria as well as a reliable service to London Bridge. The primary rail company servicing this destination is National Rail. If you wish to travel westbound from Crawley to Horsham there are four trains every hour. They then split at Horsham, with one half travelling to Portsmouth Harbour or Southampton Central while the other goes to Bognor Regis. Crawley Railway Station has two platforms which are managed by Southern. The station handles around two million passengers each year. The station has numerous facilities such as a ticket office, ticket vending machine, comfortable waiting rooms, toilets, as well as a caf├ę. There is a car park and even storage spaces for bicycles.
Crawley, a quaint town in West Sussex, can easily be reached by train from London. The area has numerous open spaces, parks and gardens. One of the most popular is Tilgate Park and Nature Centre which is set in more than two thousand acres of woodland and heath land. With a beautiful lake, cycling and walking paths, you can easily spend a day exploring the surroundings. For a small fee, visitors can also access the farm which also sits on the site. For night life, there are numerous bars and nightclubs, including JJ Whispers, Octopvs Bar, and Moka.