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Warnham Opened in 1867, Warnham is the last on the line from Dorking down to Horsham, shortly before the junction with the route from Three Bridges. This is a view of the station buildings taken in September 1985.

photograph by Mark Westcott

 
By 1985 Warnham was one of the few locations left with a gatewheel controlled set of level crossing gates. Here the gates are closed to road traffic as a train is signalled.

photograph by Mark Westcott

Warnham
 
Warnham Fast forward to 25th July 2009 and although the outside of the station looks a little smarter, not much else has changed.

photograph by Gregory Beecroft

 
The platform side view of the main station building.

photograph by Gregory Beecroft

Warnham
 
Warnham The substantial wooden waiting shelter on the up platform is a survivor from LBSCR days, unlike many of its fellows which have been either removed altogether or replaced by modern "Bus Shelter" style buildings.

photograph by Gregory Beecroft

 
An overall view of the station with 377073 arriving in the up platform. The station was re-signalled in August 2005 and a colour light signal may be seen above and to the left of the unit's cab. The level crossing still has its gates, but these are now kept closed to road traffic.

photograph by Gregory Beecroft

Warnham

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