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A snowy Wadhurst station, with typical SER staggered platforms, photoghraphed during February 1986. Shortly after a train leaves the down platform (on the left) it will plunge into Wadhurst Tunnel, singled during September 1985 as part of the Hastings Line electrification. Although the third rails are in place, electric services did not start for another three months, during May 1986.

photograph by Mark Westcott

Wadhurst
 
West Croydon A litter-strewn West Croydon station, circa 1968, looking towards Windmill Junction. The terminal platform on the left was used for the Wimbledon line trains, a line that is now part of Croydon Tramlink.
Note the elevated Signalbox.

photograph used by kind permission of Gregory Duncan-Studart

 
A less littered view of the station, which appears to be in the process of receiving new lamp posts.

photograph: Mike Morant collection

West Croydon
 
Withyham Withyham station,
between East Grinstead and Tunbridge Wells.

photograph by Keith Harwood

 
Instructions for entering Withyam station!

photograph by Ray Soper

Withyham
 
Witley Witley station, on the Portsmouth line between Guildford and Petersfield. Trains are expected in both directions! Note the "Banner" signal on the left. These are used to give advanced warning of the position of a signal that is unsighted for some reason. E.g. the station buildings, as is the case here.

photograph by Ray Soper

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