Welcome to Farnham   Next Branch Meeting: Thursday 16 August 
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The Railway                comes to Farnham

History of the Branch

Branch Photo Album

Paper Train                 (News Articles)

Conecting Services (Links)

We are the ASLEF  Train Drivers of Farnham.
Our depot is located on the busy Waterloo to Alton Line in the commuter belt of leafy Surrey.
The depot was established as part of the electrification program of the Portsmouth  line by the Southern Railway in 1937.
We operate class 458, 450, 444 & 455 electric multiple units on South West Trains services in Surrey, Hampshire, Berkshire, Middlesex and South West London.

To  navigate  around our  Website  please click on the  old "Kent Coaster"
Drivers not conversant with class 411 CEP & BEP units
Click Here for a five day training course at Waterloo South Sidings

                         Long Service Award                     

Two Farnham Drivers attended a special long service award ceremony held on the 15th of June at Southampton,    

in recognition of their Twenty Five years Railway Service.

Driver Matton joined British Rail in 1986.
Top Link Driver Holton joined B.R in 1987
Well Done Lads and Congratulations


Branch Notice Board

Staff Travel Notice Board

The 2012 Tolpuddle Festival

The 1982 Strike 
Turn Round Timmings, Operational Incident Advice and General Information

Advice and Information regarding Staff Travel Arrangements

The birth place of the Trade Union Movement. Tolpuddle in Dorset.

Thirty years after the flexible roster dispute  by Martin Warrick
The Pages below  are Secure and are for  ASLEF   Farnham Branch Members Only for access please contact the Branch

  Circulars from Head Office

  S.W.T Company Council

  Branch Contact Details

  Branch Lines


  Minutes of Branch Meetings

  Annual Leave Arrangements

  S.W.T Contacts


Due to Essential Engineering Work taking place  on some parts of this web site, there will be a replacement bus service operating.

The Shed Master apologises for any inconvenience

Latest Up-Date 27 July 2012