After the Rhinoceros
After the Rhinoceros
Stan Cousins and Janet Berrow, (1983)
Illustrations by Rod Hoyle
64pp + map 142g
ISBN 978-0-906921-04-3 

A history of Romsey’s railways. 

After the Rhinoceros

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  • Romsey's first railway ran from Bishopstoke, now Eastleigh to Milford, now Salisbury. The first train ran in 1846. In 1865 a second route was opened that ran from Redbridge, later Southampton, to Andover. This line was nicknamed 'Sprat and Winkle' and was closed in 1964. Romsey still has railway connections and a fine station building.

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