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Spring flowers from Three Rivers CRP Stations

Some other spring photos from around the Three Rivers CRP stationsSorry about a couple of fuzzy photos as they were taken at speed from the passing train! Stations include Sholing and Netley!Well done to all our volunteers who help to make our stations look so much better.Enjoy.var idcomments_acct = '591d07a310dc0208114628108d606323';var idcomments_post_id;var idcomments_post_url;
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3 wins at the 2016 annual National Association of Community Rail Partnerships Awards


Three Rivers Community Rail Partnership won recognition at the 2016 annual national Association of Community Rail Partnerships Awards recently.

Having attended the annual awards ceremony of the Association of Community Rail Partnerships in Southport on Thursday we are delighted to announce that the Three Rivers Community Rail Partnership has been recognised in three categories as follows.
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Station Walks

The holidays (and good weather) are almost here and its time to pull on your walking boots.The Partnership still has copies of its Station Walks guides available for sale at just £5 each plus £1.20 posting and packing. Call 07900 103296 to order.Alternatively, if you wish to avoid the postage and packing charge you will find these informative guides stocked at:Chandlers Ford Station Netley
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Romsey Station exhibition remembers the Battle of the Somme

An exhibition commemorating this World War One battle is being held on Friday 1 July 2016 in the Waiting Room of Romsey Station between 0900 and 1600.Volunteers have updated the ongoing displays at the station and this month have teamed up with Melchet Court Musuem and the Hampshire Regiment to display artefacts from the actual battle for the day.Entrance is free, but there will be a collecting tin
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History recalled at Netley Station

In late March volunteers at Netley Station received a very special visit from a relative of one of the former station masters there. Winnie Sedgwick, a local resident, is the widow of the last in a line of station masters at Netley Station who shared the family name. She recounted tales of waiting for trains to Eastleigh from the old waiting room before the Second World War, the hustle and bustle of
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