Directions

The Post Code of the entrance gate is TW13 7ND , here is a map showing the entrance to the site which is on both sides of the elevated section of the A316.

Hampton&Kempton Railway Location Map - EST1002- ver 6

The main gate, note the museum entrance to the left. Ignore the red light.

Entrance to the left, ignore the red light.

Access to the site is via a driveway off Snakey Lane. We are on Thames Water land and there is a large security gate straight ahead. If the Museum or Railway are open there is a gate to the left of the main gate that will be open. A security guard inside the gates will direct you to the car park. If you want to gain access at any other time you must either push the intercom button and ask the control to open the gate or call security on the number posted on the gate. The pedestrian only gate under the A316 at the rear of the site is not in use at the moment.

 

Don’t forget, if you are coming to see us and it is NOT an “OPEN DAY” or similar event, then it is essential that you let us know before-hand as you will need assistance to pass the security gate. This applies whatever means of Transport you are using.

By Road

If approaching from the south and west on the M3 or A316 take the first slip road off the A316 after the end of the M3 and follow the brown signs – first exit (Sign-Posted to Lower Feltham) off the roundabout under the A316 (Snakey Lane), first exit at next roundabout (Snakey Lane) then next left – following the brown signs.

If approaching from the east on the A316 take the slip road off when you see the Twin Chimneys of the Kempton Park Pumping Station on your left, down to the roundabout and take the third exit into Snakey lane, first exit at next roundabout (Snakey Lane), then next left – following the brown signs as above. If using a SatNav please ensure that your directions are via Snakey Lane.

By Rail

The nearest Network Rail Station is Kempton Park, served by South West Trains, Shepperton Line, out of Waterloo. Turn right leaving the station to Park Road and turn right (North) towards the A316.  Turn right (North-East) along the A316 towards London. The twin chimneys of the Kempton Park Waterworks are ahead.  Keep right going down, and then left, via the A316 pedestrian under-pass; the pedestrian gate to the right is not in use at the moment so continue down the footpath to the roundabout, turn left, and enter via the main vehicle gate.

Distance 4/5th mile

By Underground Train

Nearest Station is Hatton Cross on the Piccadilly Line to Heathrow. Alight at Hatton Cross and take the H25 Bus, see below.

By Bus

The 290 goes between Twickenham and Staines. Alight at the roundabout (Feltham Junction) under the A 316 and take Snakey Lane to the site following the Brown Signs.

The H25 runs from Hatton Cross (Nearest London Underground Station – Piccadilly Line) to Feltham and Hanworth. Get off at the Feltham Junction roundabout and follow the Brown Signs.

Don’t forget to let us know before-hand as you will need assistance to pass the security gate if it isn’t a public open day.