Lower Sunbury has one of the larger NHS medical general practitioner (GP) centres in the Borough.
There is level access via a ramp onto platform 2 (for trains towards Weybridge and Woking).
There is no step-free interchange between platforms.
Sunbury was in the Middlesex Domesday map in the Domesday Book of 1086 as Suneberie. It had 5 ploughs, meadow for 6 ploughs, cattle pasture.
It had about 22 households, including one priest and have included the manor of Kempton, Kynaston, Chenneston, Kenton or Kenyngton, listed separately.
The pub itself was named after the horse that one of the entertainers owned, whilst the Grand Order was named because the Magpie (a trotting pony belonging to Richard Thornton, music hall owner) Sunbury-on-Thames is historically in Middlesex.
Under the Local Government Act of 1888 County Councils were established the following year, with Sunbury governed by the new Middlesex County Council.
Help points are available on all platforms All South West Trains ticket machines are able to sell tickets with Disabled Persons Railcard discounts.
All machines are accessible, however the station may not be so please check the station access note for further details There is access to platform 1 (for trains towards Surbiton, Clapham Junction and London Waterloo) via a dedicated wheelchair ramp.
Everyman Walton only has disabled access to Screen 1.
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85-89 High Street Walton-on-Thames KT12 1DN Open in maps To speak to an Everyman representative at our customer care office please call us on 08 (calls cost 13ppm plus your telephone company's access charge). There are a few free bays on Winchester Road which is a two minute walk from the venue (the free bays on the High Street are often occupied by taxis and commercial vehicles).