We are at West St Leonards Railway Station, on the main London – Tunbridge Wells – Hastings line in East Sussex, United Kingdom. West St Leonards is also known as Bulverhythe, and is a suburb of St Leonards-on-Sea, East Sussex, England.
This station is just north of St Leonards West Marina railway station, a now disused station that was the earliest station serving the area.
West St. Leonards station 6 April, 1927. The Prince of Wales, later Edward VIII, arrived at the station and was met by the Mayor, T.H. Dymond. The Prince spent the entire day in Hastings, and was observed to become very bored. He never returned to Hastings.
As of May 2010 the typical off-peak service is one train per hour to London Charing Cross via Tunbridge Wells, and one train per hour to Hastings. The next station in the Hastings direction is St Leonards Warrior Square Station.