Chichester to Portsmouth branch railway



refce: JandMN

commentary: Chichester to Portsmouth extension of Brighton and Chichester railway, LBSCR and LSWR jointly, from Chichester, West Sussex to Havant then Portsmouth, Hampshire, authorized 1844-45, opened 15 March 1847 to Havant, and finally through to Portsmouth and Southsea Station 1 October 1848. NB only parts in Hampshire described below.
The route ran from West Sussex, through Emsworth Station, Warblington Halt, to Havant Station, then Bedhampton Station, Cosham Junction, Hilsea Station, Fratton Station, to Portsmouth and Southsea Station.

Associated with
person railway company: London Brighton and South Coast Railway, LBSCR
person railway company: London and South Western Railway, LSWR
date 1847-1923

Associated with
person railway company: Southern Railway, SR
date 1923-1948

Associated with
person railway company: British Railways, BR
date 1948

mapping: goes through
-- SU760061
Emsworth Station, Havant
Warblington Halt, Havant
Havant Station, Havant
1844=1845: authorized
15.3.1847: opened

mapping: goes through
-- SU706065
Bedhampton Halt, Havant
Cosham Junction, Portsmouth
1844=1845: authorized
14.6.1847: opened

mapping: goes through
Cosham Junction, Portsmouth
Hilsea Halt, Portsmouth
Fratton Station, Portsmouth
Portsmouth and Southsea Station, Portsmouth
1844=1845: authorized
1.10.1848: opened (both goods and passengers)

   Old Hampshire Gazetteer - JandMN: 2001