Fishbourne railway station

The clickable maps and pictures below show material about Fishbourne railway station. Fishbourne railway station is a railway station serving the village of Fishbourne. The London, Brighton and South Coast Railway (LB&SCR) opened the station at Fishbourne on 1 April 1906. Just east of this station at Fishbourne Crossing the single track veered off for the branch line between Chichester and Midhurst. It is located on the West Coastway Line that runs between Brighton and Southampton. The station is roughly half a mile walk from Fishbourne Roman Palace.


Typical off-peak service consists of one train per hour to Littlehampton and one train per hour to Portsmouth and Southsea. Peak services include well-used direct trains to London Victoria.

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