St. Denys Station. The first station near this location was opened in 1861 as ‘Portswood’. After only five years, the station was moved owing to the opening of the route to Netley. The name ‘St. Denys’ was only adopted much later in 1876. St. Denys Priory, established in the area around 1124, was named after one of three different saints… nobody is quite sure which one!

Major alterations to the layout of the station were made in 1899. At around this time a proposal for trams to use the Dukes Road level crossing just south of the station was thought far too dangerous, so a compromise was the construction in 1904 of a large iron bridge. The ‘Horseshoe Bridge’, as it is now known, was never actually used by trams!

The main station building and booking hall at St. Denys, with its many fascinating architectural details, is now Grade II listed.

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Live music venue. 10 minutes walk from station.

Station Ticket Office Hours

Monday to Friday 7.00am – 10.45am

Saturday Closed

Sunday Closed

Train Station Information

Car Parking: 3 spaces

Cycle Parking: 8 spaces

Buffets: None

Toilets: None

Taxis: 02380 223355, 02380 222222 or 02380 666666

Useful Numbers

Tel: 0845 6000 650

Train Information: 0845 7484 950

Travel Assistance: 0845 6000 650

For train times text Southampton Central to 84950