West Byfleet is a village in Surrey. Forming part of the Greater London Urban Area it lies in the stockbroker belt just outside the M25 motorway, 19┬ámiles from Charing Cross, 8┬ámiles from London Heathrow. The village grew up around the station on the London & South Western Railway. The station, originally “Byfleet and Woodham“, opened in 1887.[2] Since it was more than mile from the ancient village of Byfleet, the new development soon established its own character as a commuter suburb. The village church was dedicated in 1912 and a separate parish of West Byfleet was established in 1917. The station lies between Woking and Byfleet & New Haw. The village is bounded to the north by the Basingstoke Canal and to the east by the M25 and the Wey Navigation Canal.

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