Westhumble /wɛstˈhʌmbəl/ is a clustered village centred 2 km (1.2 mi) north of Dorking in Surrey, England, in the parish of Mickleham but without a civil parish. The area is served by Box Hill & Westhumble railway station. At the start of a wide belt of country fields, meadows and National Trust landmarks, such as Box Hill and Polesden Lacey by its borders, Westhumble is a focus for ramblers, it was never a historic parish in its own right and remains a chapelry (and in old-fashioned language, a hamlet) of Mickleham, which is across the river, north-east. The Mole Gap Trail runs through the village, the North Downs Way runs perpendicular, crossing the Mole Gap Trail, less than 0.40 km (0.25 mi) to the south and the railway station is the southerly end point for the Thames Down Link from the river at Kingston upon Thames. Immediately starting from its western border on the River Mole are the main paths up the slopes of Box Hill. Wikipedia
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