Gosport to Fareham Line :: Shared Description

The Fareham–Gosport line was built as the southern half of the Bishopstoke to Gosport Branch Railway, opened by the London and South Western Railway in 1841. It served the towns of Fareham and Gosport with one intermediate station at Fort Brockhurst. The line closed to passengers in 1953 and finally closed in 1969. Today it is used as National Cycle Route 224.
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SU6000 : Old Railway by N Chadwick
SU5900 : National Cycle Route 224 by N Chadwick
SU6000 : National Cycle Route 224 by N Chadwick
SU5900 : Old railway line by N Chadwick
SU5901 : The Old railway line by N Chadwick
SU6000 : National Cycle Route 224 by N Chadwick
SU6000 : National Cycle Route 224 by N Chadwick
SU6000 : St Ann's Hill Road Bridge by N Chadwick
SU5901 : National Cycle Route 224 by N Chadwick
SU5900 : Old railway line by N Chadwick


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Created: Wed, 6 May 2020, Updated: Wed, 6 May 2020

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