Kemsley railway station is on the Sheerness Line in north Kent, England, and serves the village of Kemsley. Train services are provided by Southeastern. There are 2 platforms but no station building at this unstaffed location. Access between the two platforms is via the road bridge to the north of the station. A PERTIS self-service ticket machine was provided on the Sittingbourne-bound platform in 2008.
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... The typical off-peak service from the station is two trains per hour to Sheerness-on-Sea and two trains per hour to Sittingbourne, for connections to London ... Preceding station National Rail Following station Sittingbourne Southeastern Swale Coordinates 51°21′43.74″N 0°44′7.21″E / 51.36215°N 0.7353361°E / 51.362 ...
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