Faversham railway station is on the Chatham Main Line, it serves Faversham from London Victoria and London St Pancras with the High Speed trains.
Connections at Faversham continue towards either Ramsgate and Margate or south towards Dover
The original station was built in 1858 and was rebuilt in 1898.
Faversham sees the longest railway foot bridge, as well as a more modest length foot bridge.
There are some sidings also near Faversham, although they are falling into ruin from neglect. These can be seen from the trains and the footbridges.
The Faversham signal box was decommissioned at the end of 2011, where now signals are controlled by Gillingham
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