- Selling, Kent
infobox UK place
country = England
static_image_caption=St Mary church, Selling
region= South East England
Selling is a village in the
Boroughof Swalein Kent, England. Selling railway stationis on the Chatham Main Line.
Selling station has good connections with Canterbury, Dover, Faversham, Sittingbourne, Bromley and London. Almost all London bound train departing the station terminate at London Victoria. The only exception is the 05.50 service to London Cannon Street which is very popular with early morning commuters. This train is usually a Class 375, formed of 8 coaches. All of the Dover bound trains stop at Canterbury East and later terminate at Dover Priory. A train journey from Selling to Canterbury East takes only 8 mins. The trains that stop at Selling station are almost always formed of 4 coaches. This is a issue, particularly for the busy rush hour trains to Canterbury East, which are usually packed, with many many customers resorting to standing in the door ways of the train. Selling is occasionally given longer trains, these are a maximum of 6 coaches, a class 465/6 and are mostly used during off-peak times. The Eurostar train has passed through Selling in the past as part of a diversion.
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