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Havant Station (Havant)

Havant Station is the railway station that serves the Hampshire town of Havant.

This is the second station serving the town, the first having closed in 1859.

It is an important junction, where the line from London to Portsmouth joins a line running along the South coast, linking a number of towns.

Trains from London leave from Waterloo Station, and arrive by way of Wimbledon, Woking, Guildford and Petersfield.

They continue to Bedhampton and Portsmouth.

The South coast line continues Eastwards to Emsworth, Chichester, Worthing and Brighton.

A branch line, known locally as the Hayling Billy Line, formerly ran to Langstone and Hayling Island. It closed in 1963.

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