Halling is a mid sized village in a gap in the North Downs, along side the river. The village is a short walk from the station and is the station is the closest to the new Peter’s village development.
“Halling Man” a Neolithic skeleton discovered in 1912 behind the present railway station and you can also find the ruins of a Bishops Palace and there are also a number of old World War II defences situated along the riverside. There is also evidence of the former ferry crossing behind the church to the other side of the Medway.
Station information is available here www.southeasternrailway.co.uk/travel-information/more-travel-help/station-information/stations/halling