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Eastleigh railway station

Eastleigh
Eastleigh station main building in 2009
Location
Place Eastleigh
Local authority Borough of Eastleigh
Grid reference
Operations
Station code ESL
Managed by South West Trains
Number of platforms 3
DfT category C1
Live arrivals/departures, station information and onward connections
from National Rail Enquiries
Annual rail passenger usage*
2004/05  1.164 million
2005/06 1.169 million
2006/07 1.248 million
2007/08 1.364 million
2008/09 1.448 million
2009/10 1.436 million
2010/11 1.504 million
2011/12 1.497 million
2012/13 1.532 million
2013/14 1.600 million
History
Key dates Opened 10 June 1839 (10 June 1839)
National RailUK railway stations
* Annual estimated passenger usage based on sales of tickets in stated financial year(s) which end or originate at Eastleigh from Office of Rail and Road statistics. Methodology may vary year on year.
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A Special for Salisbury via Southampton in 1964

Eastleigh railway station serves the town of Eastleigh in the county of Hampshire in England. It is located on the South Western Main Line and is the junction station for two other routes, the Eastleigh-Fareham Line and the Eastleigh-Romsey Line. South of the station are Eastleigh Railway Works and Eastleigh Depot.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Services 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4
  • Gallery 5

History

The station was built by the LSWR and was called Bishopstoke when it was opened in 1839.The station-house was designed by Sir William Tite.[1] It was renamed Bishopstoke Junction in 1852, Eastleigh and Bishopstoke in 1889, and finally Eastleigh Station in 1923.

In 2015 the forecourt of the station received major improvements[2] at a cost of £500,000[3]

Services

The station and its services are operated by South West Trains. They operate services on three different lines, one is to Portsmouth Harbour via Hedge End, one is on the South West Main Line to Poole via Bournemouth. Both of these services start from London Waterloo. The third route is on the Salisbury to Romsey "Figure 6" stopping line.

Southern also operate one daily service on Mondays to Saturdays in the afternoon to Brighton, also one service from Brighton in late afternoon which then runs to Southampton Central after being reversed.

The general off-peak service follows the pattern of:

The general Sunday service is similar, but with just one train to Waterloo per hour: the Poole and Portsmouth Harbour services join/split at Eastleigh, then run to/from London Waterloo as a joint service.

Preceding station National Rail National Rail Following station
Shawford
or Winchester
  South West Trains
London-Poole
  Southampton Airport Parkway
Winchester   South West Trains
London-Portsmouth Harbour
  Hedge End
Chandlers Ford   South West Trains
Romsey to Salisbury local services
  Southampton Airport Parkway
Fareham   Southern
Brighton--Southampton service
Peak Times Only
  Southampton Airport Parkway

References

  1. ^  
  2. ^ http://www3.hants.gov.uk/transport-schemes-index/transport-schemes-eastleigh/eastleigh-railway-station.htm
  3. ^ http://www.dailyecho.co.uk/news/district/eastleigh/11267405.__500_000_scheme_to_modernise_railway_station/

External links

  • Local Rail Information

Gallery

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