ORIGINAL STATION NAME
NB: Pre-1971 county boundaries used.
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Axminster London & South Western Rly 19.07.1860 Open -
Combpyne Halt Axminster & Lyme Regis Light Rly 24.08.1903 29.11.1965 -






DORSET




Abbotsbury Abbotsbury Railway 09.11.1885 01.12.1952 -
Alderholt Salisbury & Dorset Junction Rly 01.01.1876 04.05.1964 Renamed Daggens Road, then Daggons Road
Blandford (1st) Dorset Central Rly 01.11.1860 31.08.1863 South of River Stour
Blandford (2nd) Dorset Central Rly 31.08.1863 07.03.1966 Renamed Blandford Forum 21.09.1953. Closed to goods 1969
Blandford Camp Somerset & Dorset Joint Rly xx.xx.1918 xx.xx.1919 Terminus of branch for RFC/RAF camp.
Bradford Peverell & Stratton Halt Great Western Railway 22.05.1933 03.10.1966 -
Branksome London & South Western Rly 01.06.1893 Open -
Bridport Bridport Rly 12.11.1857 05.05.1975 Renamed Bridport (Bradpole Road) 1887, reverted to Bridport 1902
Broadway Abbotsbury Railway 09.11.1885 01.12.1952 Renamed Broadwey 24.06.1896, and Upwey 01.06.1913. Closed to goods 01.01.1962.
Came Bridge Halt Great Western Railway 01.07.1905 07.01.1957 Renamed Monkton & Came (Golf Links) Halt.
Cattistock Halt Great Western Railway 03.08.1931 03.10.1966 -
Charlton Marshall Halt Somerset & Dorset Joint 05.07.1928 17.09.1956 Continued to be used by special trains for Clayesmore Prep.School 6 times/year until 1961 or later.
Chetnole Great Western Railway 11.09.1933 Open -
Corfe Castle Swanage Railway 20.05.1885 Open Closed 03.01.1972, reopened 12.08.1995
Corfe Mullen Halt Somerset & Dorset Joint 05.07.1928 19.09.1956 -
Coryates Halt Abbotsbury Railway 01.05.1886 01.12.1952 -
Creekmoor Halt Somerset & Dorset Joint 19.06.1933 07.03.1966 -
Dorchester South Southampton & Dorchester Rly 01.06.1847 Open -
Dorchester West Wilts, Somerset & Weymouth Rly 20.01.1857 Open -
East Street (Bridport) Bridport Rly 11.03.1884 22.09.1930 closed 01.01.1916, reopened 05.01.1920, closed 11.04.1921, reopened 11.07.1921, closed 22.09.1924, reopened 06.10.1924.
Easton GW & LSWR Joint 01.01.1902 03.03.1952 -
Evershot Wilts, Somerset & Weymouth Rly 22.01.1857 03.10.1966 -
Frampton Wilts, Somerset & Weymouth Rly 20.01.1857 03.10.1966 Renamed Grimstone 07.1857, and Grimstone & Frampton 07.1858.
Gillingham Salisbury & Yeovil Rly 02.05.1859 Open -
Harmans Cross Swanage Railway 03.1989 Open -
Herston Swanage Railway 1984 Open -
Holton Heath London & South Western Rly 03.04.1916 Open Private until open to public in 1924.
Lake London & South Western Rly 1916 1920 On Hamworthy Branch, in connection with workmens' trains/specials for the shipyard. Sometimes referred to as The Lake.
Lyme Regis Axminster & Lyme Regis Light Rly 20.12.1875 29.11.1965 -
Maiden Newton Wilts, Somerset & Weymouth Rly 20.01.1857 Open -
Melcombe Regis GW & LSWR Joint 04.1909 03.03.1952 Used on summer Saturdays until at least 12.09.1959 as overflow for Weymouth Town
Moreton Southampton & Dorchester Rly 01.06.1847 Open -
New Poole Junction London & South Western Rly 02.12.1872 07.03.1966 Renamed Poole Junction 01.1875, Poole Junction & Broadstone 07.1883, Broadstone & New Poole Junction 01.1887, Broadstone Junction 15.02.1889, Broadstone (Dorset) 07.07.1929, Broadstone 1956.
Norden Swanage Railway 12.08.1995 Open -
Parkstone London & South Western Rly 15.06.1874 Open -
Poole (1st) Southampton & Dorchester Rly 01.06.1847 01.07.1896 Renamed Hamworthy (1st) 02.12.1872. Remains open for Goods.
Poole (2nd) London & South Western Rly 02.12.1872 Open -
Poole Junction Southampton & Dorchester Rly 01.06.1847 Open Renamed Hamworthy Junction 02.12.1872, and Hamworthy (2nd) 01.05.1972.
Poorstock Bridport Rly 12.11.1857 05.05.1975 Renamed Powerstock 1860.
Portesham Abbotsbury Railway 09.11.1885 01.12.1952 -
Portland (1st) Weymouth & Portland Rly 16.10.1865 07.09.1905 Remained open for Goods for some time after.
Portland (2nd) GW & LSWR Joint 07.09.1905 03.03.1952 Closed to Goods 1965
Portland Hospital Halt




Radipole Halt Great Western Railway 01.07.1905 06.02.1984 Renamed Radipole 05.05.1969
Ringwood Southampton & Dorchester Rly 01.06.1847 04.05.1964 Closed to goods 07.08.1966
Rodwell Weymouth & Portland Rly 06.10.1865 03.03.1952 -

Sandsfoot Castle Halt GW & SR Joint 01.09.1932 03.03.1952 -
Sherborne Salisbury & Yeovil Rly 07.05.1860 Open Closed to goods 18.04.1966.
Shillingstone Somerset & Dorset Joint Rly 31.08.1863 07.03.1966 closed to goods 05.04.1965
Spetisbury Dorset Central 01.11.1860 17.09.1956 Renamed Spetisbury Halt 13.08.1934
Stalbridge Somerset & Dorset Joint Rly 31.08.1863 07.03.1966 -
Stourpaine & Durweston Halt Somerset & Dorset Joint Rly 09.07.1928 17.09.1956 -
Sturminster Marshall Dorset Central 01.11.1860 07.03.1966 Renamed Bailey Gate 31.08.1863
Sturminster Newton Somerset & Dorset Joint 31.08.1863 07.03.1966 -
Swanage Swanage Railway 20.05.1885 Open Closed 03.01.1972, reopened 1982
Thornford Great Western Railway 23.03.1936 Open Referred to as Thornford Bridge Halt in 1956 Handbook.
Toller Bridport Rly 31.03.1862 05.05.1975 -
Upwey (1st) Wilts, Somerset & Weymouth Rly 1871 19.04.1886 -
Upwey Junction Great Western Railway 19.04.1886 Open Renamed Upwey & Broadwey 01.12.1952, and Upwey 1988.
Upwey Wishing Well Halt Great Western Railway 28.05.1905 07.01.1957 -
Verwood Salisbury & Dorset Junction Rly 20.12.1866 04.05.1964 -
Wareham (1st) Southampton & Dorchester Rly 01.06.1847 03.04.1887 -
Wareham (2nd) London & South Western Rly 04.04.1887 Open -
West Bay Bridport Rly 31.03.1884 22.09.1930 closed 01.01.1916, reopened 05.01.1920, closed 11.04.1921, reopened 11.07.1921, closed 22.09.1924, reopened 06.10.1924.
West Moors Southampton & Dorchester Rly 01.08.1867 04.05.1964 Closed to goods 1974.
Westham Halt GW & SR Joint 07.1909 03.03.1952 -
Weymouth Quay Weymouth Harbour Tramway 01.07.1889 26.09.1987 Closed 25.07.1940, reopened 15.06.1946. Closed to goods 26.02.1972.
Weymouth Town Wilts, Somerset & Weymouth Rly 20.01.1857 Open Renamed Weymouth, date unknown.
Wimborne Southampton & Dorchester Rly 01.06.1847 04.05.1964 Closed to goods 02.05.1977.
Wool Southampton & Dorchester Rly 01.06.1847 Open -
Wyke Regis Halt GW & LSWR Joint 07.1909 03.03.1952 -
Yeovil Junction Salisbury & Yeovil Rly 19.07.1860 Open -
Yetminster Wilts, Somerset & Weymouth Rly 02.01.1857 Open -






HAMPSHIRE




Albert Road Bridge Halt Southsea Railway 01.07.1904 08.08.1914 Sometimes called Highland Road Halt.
Aldershot London & South Western Rly 02.05.1870 Open -
Alresford Mid Hants Rly 02.10.1865 Open closed 05.02.1973, reopened 30.04.1977
Alton London & South Western Rly 28.07.1852 Open Station relocated 02.10.1865.
Ampress Works Halt British Railways 01.10.1956 xx.1989 Private station. Renamed Ampress c.08.1970. Trains ceased to call from May 1977.
Andover London & South Western Rly 03.07.1854 Open Renamed Andover Junction 06.03.1865, reverted to Andover 07.11.1964
Andover Road London & Southampton Rly 11.05.1840 Open Renamed Micheldever 03.07.1854
Andover Town Andover & Redbridge Rly 06.03.1865 07.09.1964 Closed to goods 18.09.1967
Ashley Heath Halt Southampton & Dorchester Rly 01.04.1927 04.05.1964 Goods and Passenger stations listed separately
Atlantic Park Hostel Halt Southern Railway 30.10.1929 Open Closed c.1932, then re-opened 01.04.1966 as Southampton Airport. Renamed 29.09.1986 as Southampton Parkway for Southampton (Eastleigh) Airport, 29.05.1994 Southampton Airport Parkway.
Avon Lodge (private) Ringwood, Christchurch & Bournemouth Rly 13.11.1862 30.11.1935 -
Barton Stacey Didcot, Newbury & Southampton Rly c.01.1940 c.12.1941 -
Basingstoke Great Western Railway 01.11.1848 Open Absorbed into L&SR station.
Basingstoke London & Southampton Rly 10.06.1839 Open -
Beaulieu Road Southampton & Dorchester Rly 01.06.1847 Open Originally a private station for Lord Montague, closed 01.03.1860. Reopened to the public 01.11.1895.
Bedhampton Halt London & South Western Rly 01.04.1906 Open Renamed Bedhampton, date unknown
Bentley London & South Western Rly 28.07.1852 Open -
Bentworth & Lasham Basingstoke & Alton Light 01.06.1901 12.09.1932 Temp closure 30.12.1916 to 18.08.1924. Closed to goods 01.06.1936
Bishops Waltham Bishops Waltham Railway 01.06.1863 31.12.1932 Closed to goods 1962 (and special passenger).
Bishopstoke London & Southampton Rly 10.06.1839 Open Renamed Bishopstoke Junction 1852, Eastleigh and Bishopstoke 1889 and Eastleigh 1923.
Bitterne Road Southampton & Netley Rly 05.03.1866 Open Renamed Bitterne in 1897.
Blackwater South Eastern Rly 04.07.1849 Open -
Blechynden Southampton & Dorchester Rly 01.06.1847 01.11.1895 Renamed Southampton West 02.07.1858.
Bordon Bordon Light Railway 11.12.1905 16.09.1957 Closed to goods 04.04.1966
Bordon Camp Woolmer Instructional Military Rly 1908 04.04.1966 -
Boscombe London & South Western Rly 01.06.1897 04.10.1965 -
Boscombe London & South Western Rly 01.07.1886 Open Renamed Pokesdown (Boscombe), then Pokesdown 01.06.1897 and Pokesdown (for Boscombe) 16.05.2009.
Botley London & South Western Rly 29.11.1841 Open -
Bournemouth East (1st) Ringwood, Christchurch & Bournemouth Rly 14.03.1870 20.07.1885 Became Bournemouth Central Goods when new passenger station opened.
Bournemouth East (2nd) London & South Western Rly 20.07.1885 Open Included B.East, following its closure. Renamed Bournemouth Central 01.05.1899 and Bournemouth 10.07.1967.
Bournemouth West Somerset & Dorset Joint Rly 15.06.1874 06.09.1965 closed to goods 04.10.1965
Bramley Great Western Railway 01.05.1895 Open (for Silchester)
Bramshot Halt London & South Western Rly 10.05.1913 06.05.1946 -
Breamore Salisbury & Dorset Junction Rly 20.12.1866 04.05.1964 -
Brockenhurst Southampton & Dorchester Rly 01.06.1847 Open -
Brockhurst London & South Western Rly 1865 06.06.1953 Renamed Fort Brockhurst 22.11.1893.
Browndown Halt Lee-on-Solent Rly 12.05.1894 01.05.1930 -
Burghclere Didcot, Newbury & Southampton Rly 04.05.1885 07.03.1960 Temp.closure 04.08.1942, reopened 08.03.1943
Bursledon London & South Western Rly 02.09.1889 Open -
Chandlers Ford Bishopstoke & Salisbury 01.03.1847 Open Closed 01.06.1964 (gds) / 05.05.1969 (pass). Re-opened 01.05.2003
Christchurch (1st) Ringwood, Christchurch & Bournemouth Rly 13.11.1862 13.05.1886 -
Christchurch (2nd) London & South Western Rly 30.05.1886 Open -
Christchurch Road Southampton & Dorchester Rly 01.06.1847 04.05.1964 Renamed Holmsley 13.11.1862
Clatford Andover & Redbridge Rly 06.03.1865 07.09.1964 -
Cliddesden Basingstoke & Alton Light 01.06.1901 12.09.1932 Temp closure 30.12.1916 to 18.08.1924 (although remained open for parcels and milk traffic, by road). Closed to goods 01.06.1936
Cosham London & South Western Rly 01.10.1848 Open -
Cripples' Home Siding Basingstoke & Alton Light 1908 xx.1939 Renamed Alton Park c.1929 and later Treloar's Hospital Platform. Closure also quoted as 1933 and 1967.
Denville Halt LB&SCR 01.11.1907 Open Renamed Warblington Halt 11.1907 and Warblington 05.05.1969
Denvilles Halt London & South Western Rly 01.01.1859 1859 Temporary platform, used during the "Battle of Havant"
Droxford Meon Valley Rly 01.06.1903 07.02.1955 -
Dunbridge London & South Western Rly 01.03.1847 Open Renamed Mottisfont Dunbridge 15.05.1988, Dunbridge 29.05.1994, and Mottisfont & Dunbridge 2006.
Durley Halt Bishops Waltham Railway 23.12.1909 31.12.1932 Some references quote Durley Mill.
East Southsea Southsea Railway 02.07.1885 08.08.1914 -
Eling Southampton & Dorchester Rly c.1851 c.1859 To the west of Junction Road, Totton. Supeceded by Totton station.
Elmore Halt Lee-on-Solent Rly 11.04.1910 01.05.1930 -
Emsworth LB&SCR 15.03.1847 Open -
Fareham London & South Western Rly 29.11.1841 Open -
Faringdon Platform Southern Railway 01.05.1931 07.02.1955 Renamed Farringdon 08.07.1934. Closed to goods 05.08.1968.
Farlington Race Course London & South Western Rly 26.06.1891 04.07.1937 Closed 1917, reopened 1922, re-closed 1927, reopened as Farlington Halt 1928.
Farnborough (Main) London & Southampton Rly 24.09.1838 Open -
Farnborough North South Eastern Rly 04.07.1849 Open -
Fawley Southern Railway 20.07.1925 14.02.1966 -
Fleet Pond London & South Western Rly xx.05.1847 Open Renamed Fleet 01.07.1869
Fordingbridge Salisbury & Dorset Junction Rly 20.12.1866 04.05.1964 -
Fratton LB&SCR 01.07.1885 Open Renamed Fratton & Southsea, 04.07.1905, reverted to Fratton 01.12.1921.
Fullerton Bridge Andover & Redbridge Rly 06.03.1865 01.06.1885 Platforms "re-located" 100 yards south-east on 01.06.1885.
Fullerton  Andover & Redbridge Rly 01.06.1885 07.09.1964 -
Gosport London & South Western Rly 29.11.1841 06.06.1953 Closed to goods 30.01.1969
Gosport Road and Alverstoke Stokes Bay Railway & Pier Co. 01.06.1865 01.11.1915 -
Grateley London & South Western Rly 01.05.1857 Open -
Griggs Green Woolmer Instructional Military Rly c.1908 31.10.1969 -
Hamble Halt Southern Railway 18.01.1942 Open -
Hardley Halt Southern Railway 03.03.1958 05.04.1965 -
Havant (1st) LB&SCR 01.01.1859 19.01.1865 Repaced when Hayling Island branch opened
Havant (2nd) LB&SCR 19.01.1865 Open -
Havant Halt LB&SCR 15.03.1847 1858 burnt down
Hedge End British Railways 09.05.1990 Open -
Herne Ringwood, Christchurch & Bournemouth Rly 13.11.1862 30.11.1935 Renamed Hurn July 1897.
Herriard Basingstoke & Alton Light 01.06.1901 12.09.1932 Temp closure 30.12.1916 to 18.08.1924 (although remained open for parcels and milk traffic, by road). Closed to goods 01.06.1936
Hilsea Halt Southern Railway 02.11.1941 Open Renamed Hilsea, date unknown. Believed to be an earlier station here, used during the Battle of Havant.
Hinton London & South Western Rly 06.03.1888 Open Renamed Hinton Admiral for Highcliffe-on-Sea 01.05.1888, and Hinton Admiral xx.xx.xx.
Hollywater Woolmer Instructional Military Rly c.1906 31.10.1969 -
Hook London & South Western Rly 02.07.1883 Open -
Horsebridge Andover & Redbridge Rly 06.03.1865 07.09.1964 Closed to goods 18.09.1967.
Hurstbourne London & South Western Rly 01.12.1882 06.04.1964 -Closed to goods 1963.
Hythe Southern Railway 20.07.1925 14.02.1966 -
Itchen Abbas Mid Hants Rly 02.10.1865 05.02.1973 -
Jessie Road Bridge Halt Southsea Railway 01.10.1904 08.08.1914 -
Jetty Halt Marchwood Military Railways 28.11.1943 Open -
Kings Worthy Didcot, Newbury & Southampton Rly 01.02.1909 07.03.1960 Temp.closure 04.08.1942, reopened 08.03.1943.
Kingsley Halt Bordon Light Railway 07.03.1906 16.09.1957 -
Knowle Asylum Halt London & South Western Rly 01.05.1907 06.04.1964 Renamed Knowle Platform (?) and subsequently renamed Knowle Halt 05.10.1942.
Langston Hayling Railway 16.07.1867 03.11.1963 (Mis-)named after Langstone Harbour
Lee-on-the-Solent Lee-on-Solent Rly 12.05.1894 01.01.1931 Closed to goods 30.09.1935. Remained independent until 1923!
Liphook London & South Western Rly 01.01.1859 Open -
Liss London & South Western Rly 01.01.1859 Open -
Liss (LMR) Woolmer Instructional Military Rly c.1933 31.10.1969 -
Liss Forest Road Woolmer Instructional Military Rly c.1933 31.10.1969 -
Litchfield Didcot, Newbury & Southampton Rly 04.05.1885 07.03.1960 Temp.closure 04.08.1942, reopened 08.03.1943. Renamed Litchfield (Hants) 07.06.1909 and reverted to Litchfield 13.06.1955.
Longmoor Downs Woolmer Instructional Military Rly c.1908 31.10.1969 -
Longparish London & South Western Rly 01.06.1885 06.07.1931 Closed to goods 28.05.1956. Used for special passenger svcs to 25.05.1956.
Lymington Pier London & South Western Rly 22.09.1881 Open -
Lymington Town [1st] Lymington Railway 08.05.1858 19.09.1860 Temporary station.
Lymington Town [2nd] Lymington Railway 19.09.1860 Open Opened once mill pond drained!
Lyndhurst Road Southampton & Dorchester Rly 01.06.1847 Open Renamed Ashurst (New Forest) 01.06.1997 - but "official" renaming delayed by Office of Rail Regulation due to incomplete paperwork.
Marchwood Southern Railway 20.07.1925 14.02.1966 -
Medstead Mid Hants Rly 08.1868 Open Renamed Medstead & Four Marks 01.10.1937, closed 05.02.1973, reopened 28.05.1983.
Meyrick Park Halt London & South Western Rly 01.03.1906 01.11.1917 -
Millbrook London & South Western Rly 01.11.1861 Open -
Mottisfont Andover & Redbridge Rly 06.03.1865 07.09.1964 -
Mulberry Halt Marchwood Military Railways 28.11.1943 Open -
Netley Southampton & Netley Rly 05.03.1866 Open -
Netley Hospital London & South Western Rly 18.04.1900 30.08.1955 -
New Milton London & South Western Rly 06.03.1888 Open -
North Hayling Hayling Railway 17.07.1867 03.11.1963 -
Northam London & South Western Rly 01.12.1872 05.09.1966 -
Northam Road London & Southampton Rly 10.06.1839 11.05.1840 First temporary terminus, near to the site of later Northam.
Nursling London & South Western Rly 19.11.1882 16.09.1957 -
Oakhanger Halt Woolmer Instructional Military Rly c.1908 04.04.1966 -
Oakley London & South Western Rly 01.04.1856 17.06.1963 -
Overton London & South Western Rly 01.01.1855 Open -
Paulsgrove Halt Southern Railway 28.06.1933 01.09.1939 -
Petersfield London & South Western Rly 01.01.1859 Open -
Port Gate Halt Marchwood Military Railways 28.11.1943 Open -
Portchester London & South Western Rly 01.10.1848 Open -
Portsmouth LB&SCR 14.06.1847 Open Renamed Portsmouth Town 02.10.1876, and Portsmouth & Southsea in 1925.
Portsmouth Dockyard South Jetty
1876 1936 Some doubt about opening date as could be 10.1864.
Portsmouth Harbour Portsmouth Waterside Extn 02.10.1876 Open -
Portswood (1st) London & South Western Rly 01.05.1861 05.03.1866 -
Portswood (2nd) London & South Western Rly 05.03.1866 Open Renamed St.Denys 01.01.1876
Privett Meon Valley Rly 01.06.1903 07.02.1955 -
Privett Halt Lee-on-Solent Rly 12.05.1894 01.05.1930 Renamed Fort Gomer Halt 10.1909.
Redbridge Southampton & Dorchester Rly 01.06.1847 Open -
Romsey London & South Western Rly 01.03.1847 Open -
Ropley Mid Hants Rly 02.10.1865 Open closed 05.02.1973, reopened 30.04.1977
Rowlands Castle London & South Western Rly 01.01.1859 Open -
Royal Clarence Yard London & South Western Rly 13.09.1845 01.02.1901 Also known as Royal Victoria, Royal station, not for public use.
Shapley Heath London & Southampton Rly 24.09.1838 Open Renamed Winchfield 11.1840
Shawford London & South Western Rly 01.09.1882 Open -
Shirley Holms Lymington Railway 1860 06.03.1888 -
Sholing Southampton & Netley Rly 01.08.1866 Open -
South Hayling Hayling Railway 17.07.1867 03.11.1963 Opened for goods 19.01.1865. Renamed Hayling Island 01.06.1892
Southampton London & Southampton Rly 11.05.1840 05.09.1966 Renamed Southampton Docks 07.1858, Southampton Town & Docks 09.1896, Southampton Town for Docks 11.1912 and Southampton Terminus 09.07.1923.
Southampton Docks - 106 Berth London & South Western Rly 29.11.1960 Open Mayflower Cruise Terminal. Originally closed 2003, latterly with platformonly 1 door width. Re-opened 2009 with platform of 1 coach length.
Southampton Docks - 38/39 Berth London & South Western Rly 15.07.1966 Open QE2 Terminal, on site of earlier sheds/platform dating from 1900s.
Southampton Docks - 43/44 Berth London & South Western Rly 31.07.1950 1980 Ocean Terminal
Southampton Docks - 50 Berth London & South Western Rly 1936 08.1939 Imperial Airways flying boat terminal
Southampton Docks - Outer Dock London & South Western Rly 08.1842 27.09.1964 Passenger platform on site of current "Ocean Village"
Southampton Royal Pier London & South Western Rly 27.09.1871 xx.09.1914 Still listed in 1956 Handbook as "P", despite being closed for 42 years.
Southampton West (2nd) London & South Western Rly 01.11.1895 Open Renamed Southampton Central 07.07.1935, Southampton 10.07.1967 and Southampton Central 29.05.1994
Stockbridge Andover & Redbridge Rly 06.03.1865 07.09.1964 -
Stokes Bay Stokes Bay Railway & Pier Co. 06.04.1863 01.11.1915 -
Sutton Scotney Didcot, Newbury & Southampton Rly 04.05.1885 07.03.1960 Closed 04.08.1942, reopened 08.03.1943.
Swanwick London & South Western Rly 02.09.1889 Open -
Swathling London & South Western Rly 15.10.1883 Open Renamed Swaythling 08.1895.
Sway London & South Western Rly 06.03.1888 Open -
Tidworth Midland & South Western Junction Rly 08.07.1901 19.09.1955 Booking office bisected by Hampshire/Wiltshire county boundary. Opened to public 01.10.1902
Tisted Meon Valley Rly 01.06.1903 07.02.1955 -
Totton Southampton & Dorchester Rly c.1859 Open Possibly renamed, in 1866 only, as Totton & Eling.
Two Range Halt Woolmer Instructional Military Rly c.1906 31.10.1969 -
Weaversdown Halt Woolmer Instructional Military Rly c.1933 31.10.1969 -
West Meon Meon Valley Rly 01.06.1903 07.02.1955 -
Weyhill Swindon, Marlboro, & Andover Rly 01.05.1882 11.09.1961 -
Wherwell London & South Western Rly 01.07.1885 06.07.1931 Closed to goods 28.05.1956.
Whitchurch Didcot, Newbury & Southampton Rly 04.05.1885 07.03.1960 Renamed Whitchurch (Hants) 01.07.1924. Closed 04.08.1942, reopened 08.03.1943. Renamed Whitchurch Town 26.09.1949. Closed to goods 06.05.1963.
Whitchurch North London & South Western Rly 03.07.1854 Open Renamed Whitchurch
Whitehill Woolmer Instructional Military Rly c.1906 31.10.1969 -
Wickham Meon Valley Rly 01.06.1903 07.02.1955 Closed to goods 30.04.1962
Winchester London & Southampton Rly 10.06.1839 Open Renamed Winchester City 1949, reverted to Winchester 1967
Winchester Cheesehill Didcot, Newbury & Southampton Rly 04.05.1885 09.09.1961 Closed 04.08.1942, reopened 08.03.1943. Renamed Winchester (Chesil) 26.09.1949. Closed 07.03.1960, reopened 18.06.1960, closed 10.09.1960, reopened 17.06.1961. Closed to goods 04.04.1966.
Woodcroft Halt Southern Railway 04.10.1943 01.10.1945 a.k.a. Ditcham Park Halt. Built to serve a WWII naval convalescent home
Woodhay Didcot, Newbury & Southampton Rly 04.05.1885 07.03.1960 Closed 04.08.1942, reopened 08.03.1943. Closed to goods 31.12.1962
Woolmer Woolmer Instructional Military Rly c.1908 31.10.1969 -
Woolston Southampton & Netley Rly 05.03.1866 Open -
Worthy Down Platform Didcot, Newbury & Southampton Rly 01.04.1918 07.03.1960 Closed 04.08.1942, reopened 08.03.1943. Renamed Worthy Down Halt 18.06.1951.






ISLE OF WIGHT




Alverstone Isle of Wight Central Rly 01.02.1875 06.02.1956 -
Ashey Ryde & Newport Rly 20.12.1875 Open Closed 21.02.1966, reopened 21.07.1991
Ashey Racecourse Ryde & Newport Rly 1884 1930 -
Bembridge Isle of Wight Rly 27.05.1882 21.06.1953 -
Blackwater Isle of Wight Central Rly 01.02.1875 06.02.1956 -
Brading Isle of Wight Rly 23.08.1864 Open -
Calbourne & Shalfleet Freshwater, Yarmouth & Newport Rly 20.07.1889 21.09.1953 Opened for goods 10.09.1888.
Carisbrooke Freshwater, Yarmouth & Newport Rly 20.07.1889 21.09.1953 Opened for goods 10.09.1888.
Cement Mills Halt Isle of Wight Central Rly c.1879 21.02.1966 May not have opened until 1905. Did not appear in public timetables.
Cowes Isle of Wight Central Rly 16.06.1862 21.02.1966 -
Dodnor Isle of Wight Central Rly c.1896 c.1896 Short-lived halt serving Parkhurst Prison
Freshwater Freshwater, Yarmouth & Newport Rly 20.07.1889 21.09.1953 Opened for goods 10.09.1888.
Godshill Isle of Wight Central Rly 20.07.1897 15.09.1952 -
Haven Street Ryde & Newport Rly 20.12.1875 Open Renamed Havenstreet 1958, closed 21.02.1966, reopened xx.xx.1971
Horringford Isle of Wight Central Rly 01.02.1875 06.02.1956 -
Lake (1st) Isle of Wight Central Rly 1889 1914 Served the cricket ground near Sandown and latterly a convalescent home.
Lake (2nd) British Railways 11.05.1987 Open -
Medina Wharf Halt Isle of Wight Central Rly c.1896 21.02.1966 Did not appear in public timetables.
Merstone Isle of Wight Central Rly 01.02.1875 06.02.1956 Renamed Merstone Junction 20.07.1897, reverting to Merstone at date unknown.
Mill Hill Isle of Wight Central Rly 16.06.1862 21.02.1966 -
Newchurch Isle of Wight Central Rly 01.02.1875 06.02.1956 -
Newport Isle of Wight Central Rly 16.06.1862 21.02.1966 -
Newport (FY&NR) Freshwater, Yarmouth & Newport Rly 01.07.1913 01.09.1923 Used following dispute with the Isle of Wight Central Rly
Ningwood Freshwater, Yarmouth & Newport Rly 20.07.1889 21.09.1953 Opened for goods 10.09.1888.
Pan Lane Isle of Wight Central Rly 11.08.1875 01.06.1879 -
Ryde Esplanade LSWR & LBSCR Jt. 05.04.1880 Open Terminus of Ryde Pier Tramway, prior to opening of railway, and known as Pier Gate.
Ryde Pier Head LSWR & LBSCR Jt. 12.07.1880 Open -
Ryde St. John's Road Isle of Wight Rly 23.08.1864 Open -
Sandown Isle of Wight Rly 23.08.1864 Open -
Shanklin Isle of Wight Rly 23.08.1864 Open -
Shide Isle of Wight Central Rly 01.02.1875 06.02.1956 -
Smallbrook Junction British Railways / Isle of Wight Steam Rly 20.07.1991 Open -
St.Helens Isle of Wight Rly 1882 1953 Opened for Goods 08.1878.
St.Lawrence Isle of Wight Central Rly 20.07.1897 15.09.1952 -
Ventnor Isle of Wight Rly 15.09.1866 17.04.1966 Renamed Ventnor Town 1923, reverted to Ventnor 1953.
Ventnor Town Isle of Wight Central Rly 10.06.1900 15.09.1952 Renamed Ventnor West 1923.
Watchingwell Halt Freshwater, Yarmouth & Newport Rly 19.06.1897 21.09.1953 Public opening 01.04.1923
Whippingham Ryde & Newport Rly 20.12.1875 21.09.1953 -
Whitwell Isle of Wight Central Rly 20.07.1897 15.09.1952 Renamed Whitwell Halt 01.07.1941.
Wootton (1st) Ryde & Newport Rly 20.12.1875 21.09.1953 -
Wootton (2nd) Isle of Wight Steam Rly 1987 Open New station east of original site.
Wroxhall Isle of Wight Rly 15.09.1866 17.04.1966 -
Yarmouth Freshwater, Yarmouth & Newport Rly 20.07.1889 21.09.1953 Opened for goods 10.09.1888.






SOMERSET




Chard Road London & South Western Rly 19.07.1860 07.03.1966 Renamed Chard Junction 08.1872.
Chard Town London & South Western Rly 08.05.1863 01.01.1917 Closed to passengers when Chard Central opened, but remained in use for goods traffic until 18.04.1966.
Crewkerne London & South Western Rly 19.07.1860 Open -
Henstridge Somerset & Dorset Joint Rly 31.08.1863 07.03.1966 -
Milborne Port Salisbury & Yeovil Rly 07.05.1960 07.03.1966 -
Sutton Bingham  London & South Western Rly 19.07.1860
31.12.1962 Closed to goods 04.04.1960.
Templecombe Salisbury & Yeovil Rly 07.05.1860 Open Closed 07.03.1966, re-opened 03.10.1983.
Templecombe (S&D) Somerset & Dorset Joint 31.08.1863 01.1887 -
Templecombe Lower Platform Somerset & Dorset Joint 01.1887 07.03.1966 -
Yeovil Pen Mill Wilts, Somerset & Weymouth Rly 02.02.1854 Open -
Yeovil Town GW & LSWR Joint 01.06.1861 02.10.1966 -
Yeovil Hendford Salisbury & Yeovil Rly 01.06.1860 01.06.1861 Subsequently became Yeovil Town Goods when Yeovil Town joint station opened.  Closed to Goods on 09.10.1967.






SURREY




Ash London & South Western Rly 08.10.1849 04.07.1937 Renamed Ash Green 12.1876, reverted to Ash 09.1891, re-reverted to Ash Green 01.10.1895, renamed Ash Green Halt 01.12.1926
Ash South Eastern Rly 20.08.1849 Open Renamed Ash and Aldershot 07.1855, Aldershot (Ash) 09.1858, reverted to Ash and Aldershot 06.1859, Ash Junction 06.1863, and reverted to Ash 01.12.1926.
Bisley Camp Bisley Camp Branch 14.07.1890 14.07.1952 Line operated by LSWR until 1917 when extension to Deepcut opened, when WD took over.  Last special over branch operated 23.11.1952
Brookwood (Necropolis) London & South Western Rly 01.06.1864 Open Renamed Brookwood probably in the 1920s.
Brookwood Cemetary North London Necropolis Coy 13.11.1854 11.04.1941 for non-conformists
Brookwood Cemetary South London Necropolis Coy 13.11.1854 11.04.1941 for Anglicans
Deepcut War Department 01.08.1917 c.1920 Served Blackdown Barracks.  Closure date assumed to be shortly after WW1.
Farncombe London & South Western Rly 1897 Open -
Farnham London & South Western Rly 08.10.1849 Open -
Godalming (1st) London & South Western Rly 15.10.1849 01.01.1859 Closed to passengers when 2nd station opened.
Godalming (2nd) London & South Western Rly 01.01.1859 Open -
Guildford Guildford Junction Railway 05.05.1845 Open -
Haslemere London & South Western Rly 01.01.1859 Open -
Milford London & South Western Rly 01.01.1859 Open -
North Camp South Eastern Rly 04.07.1849 Open -
North Camp and Ash Vale London & South Western Rly 02.05.1870 Open Renamed Ash Vale 30.03.1924
Pirbright Camp London & South Western Rly 01.08.1917 c.1920 Closure date assumed to be shortly after WW1.
Tongham London & South Western Rly 08.10.1849 04.07.1837 remained open for goods until 31.12.1960.
Wanborough South Eastern Rly 1891 Open -
Witley & Chiddingfold London & South Western Rly 01.01.1859 Open Renamed Witley 06.10.1947.
Woking Common London & Southampton Rly 21.05.1838 Open Renamed Woking - xx.xx.18xx.
Worplesden London & South Western Rly 1883 Open -






WILTSHIRE




Alderbury Junction London & South Western Rly 20.12.1866 04.05.1964 Opened with the Salisbury & Dorset Junction Rly. Latterley staff use only (as Alderbury Staff Platform), closed to public c.1880
Amesbury Amesbury & Military Camp Light Rly 02.06.1902 30.06.1952 -
Bulford Amesbury & Military Camp Light Rly 01.06.1906 30.06.1952 Closed to goods 04.03.1963.
Bulford Camp Amesbury & Military Camp Light Rly 01.06.1906 04.03.1963 -
Dean Bishopstoke & Salisbury 01.03.1847 Open Station buildings are in Wiltshire but most of length of platforms is in Hampshire.
Dinton Salisbury & Yeovil Rly 02.05.1859 07.03.1966 -
Downton Salisbury & Dorset Junction Rly 20.12.1866 04.05.1964 -
Fovant Central Salisbury & Dorset Junction Rly 08.10.1915 26.04.1920 Opening date assumed on date branch "ready for use".  Closure assumed on date line transferred to LSWR.
Idmiston Halt Southern Railway 04.01.1943 09.09.1968 -
Ludgershall Swindon, Marlborough & Andover Rly 01.05.1882 11.09.1961 -
Newton Tony Amesbury & Military Camp Light Rly 10.1901 30.06.1952 -
Porton London & South Western Rly 01.05.1857 09.09.1968 -
Salisbury London & South Western Rly 02.05.1859 Open -
Salisbury Wilts, Somerset & Weymouth Rly 30.06.1856 12.09.1932 Referred to as Salisbury (Fisherton) in 1956
Salisbury Milford London & South Western Rly 01.03.1847 02.05.1859 Closed to goods 1967.
Semley London & South Western Rly 02.05.1859 07.03.1966 -
Tisbury Salisbury & Yeovil Rly 02.05.1859 Open -
Wilton Salisbury & Yeovil Rly 02.05.1859 07.03.1966 Renamed Wilton South 09.1949, closed to goods 06.07.1964.

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