Selling railway station serves the village of Selling in Kent, England. The station is 89 km (55¼ miles) south east of London Victoria on the Chatham Main Line towards Dover Priory. The station is served and operated by Southeastern.
The station and the line it serves were built by the London, Chatham and Dover Railway. Formerly an excellent example of country station architecture, it was mysteriously destroyed by fire in the early 1990s, shortly before it was to be awarded listed building status. The signal box, at the station end of the up platform was closed and dismantled shortly afterwards. The signal box can today be seen in use at Eythorne Railway Station on the East Kent Railway.
The station was used in the 1944 film "A Canterbury Tale", where it was called "Chillingbourne". Charles Hawtrey (of 'Carry On' fame) played the porter. The station now has very few facilities.
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