Walton On Thames

Walton On Thames is a business town on the right edge of the Thames. It is located in the Elmbridge borough of Surrey County, England. The city itself consists mostly of wealthy local streets. It is a historic town core of Celtic origin. This town is one of the biggest cities in the Elmbridge borough, adjacent to the Weybridge.

According to the 2011 Census, Walton On Thames has a total population of 22,834. It is about 15 miles from Central London. This town has a lot of short transport links as the city has a very significant history. So before the Saxons and the Romans were present, a Celtic settlement was here.

 

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Transportation:

Walton On Thames has an excellent facility for transportation. It provides rail and bus services from the town to other areas including Central London.

The town is served through the Walton On Thames railway station. It gives four trains per hour to London Waterloo. It consists of two stopping services and two semi-fast services. Via the semi-fast services, it takes only twenty-five minutes to reach the terminal.

Walton has frequent bus services. These are supported by Surrey County Council to adjacent towns like Weybridge, Hersham, Shepperton, Kingston Upon Thames and Molesey. The city is also providing regular boat services.

 

Attractions of the Place:

Walton On Thames is a charming and beautiful land in Surrey. It provides various places to visit. Like Safari Adventure Golf, Topgolf Surrey, Kempton Park Racecourse, The Magic Garden, Delta Force Paintball, Shepperton Cricket Club, The Heart Shopping Centre, Sunbury Antiques Market and many more.

Delta Force Paintball is located in the centre of Effingham Forest and has seven new game zones. These include the double-decker buses, replica villages, entirely constructed bridges, and speedball arena.

Sunbury Antiques Market made by the Sue Cruttenden in 1979. Here you can find old things, vintage clothing, jewellery, and much more.

 

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