Sholing Station opened 1 August 1866, and was later rebuilt when the line was converted from single to double track in 1910. Located near to Miller’s Pond Nature Reserve, it had been pressure from local residents which resulted in this halt being opened, as the railway company had not planned a station at this site. It was a basic structure, and never as grand as the others on the line.

In later years the modest station buildings became increasingly vandalised and were demolished in 1990. Waiting shelters replaced them on each platform.

Trains leaving the station in the next 2 hours.

Local train timetable for the Three Rivers Route.

Planning your train journey to anywhere in the UK.

Buses, taxis and local map

Local nature reserve with woodland and wildlife areas.

Station Ticket Office Hours

None Station does not have a ticket office.

Train Station Information

Car Parking: None

Cycle Parking: None

Buffets: None

Toilets: None

Taxis: None

Useful Numbers

Tel: 0845 6000 650

Train Information: 0845 7484 950

Travel Assistance: 0845 6000 650

For train times text Sholing to 84950