Eastleigh Station opened in 1841 named ‘Bishopstoke Junction’. In 1889 it became ‘Bishopstoke and Eastleigh’ and in 1923 it became simply ‘Eastleigh’.
Originally built as two island platforms with an overbridge, the removal of the line nearest to the town in 1990 meant that level access could be made to the northbound platform. On platform 1 are canopy pillars cast for the original station, bearing the words ‘W & J Lankester of Southampton 1841’.
Little more than a small settlement until the coming of the railway, the town of Eastleigh is very proud of its railway heritage. A 1995 bronze sculpture entitled ‘Railwayman’ can be found in the town centre.
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Eastleigh train station to Marwell Wildlife bus timetable.
New leaflet due in Easter 2019
Discover Eastleigh’s past, and meet Mr and Mrs Brown a local locomotive engine driver and his wife.
The place to watch theatre, dance, comedy and film from around the world. 3-4 minute walk from the station
Erected in 1918 to commemorate those who served & died in the Great War of 1914-1918. Restored in 2011.
Station Ticket Office Hours
Monday to Friday 6.00am – 19.30pm
Saturday 6.00am – 19.30pm
Sunday 7.00am – 18.30pm
Train Station Information
Car Parking: 133 spaces
Cycle Parking: 55 spaces & 8 lockers
Buffets: Main entrance and platform 2 & 3
Toilets: In main entrance
Taxis: Taxi rank on forecourt
Tel: 0845 6000 650
Train Information: 0845 7484 950
Travel Assistance: 0845 6000 650
For train times text Eastleigh to 84950