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The station opened on the 1st of January 1859.

In 1933 a military railway line, Longmoor Military Railway was built from Liss Station to the Longmoor Military Camp but was closed in 1969. The platform was adjacent to the mainline.

The railway was used as a film set for many movies including "The Great St Trinian's Train Robbery" which was released in 1966. Extras on the St Trinian's train were from a local convent school. The school used for much of the filming was another local school. In the final railway scene where the girls 'return' the money the British Railways station at Liss can be seen in the background.
Journey Planner
Planning your train journey to anywhere in the UK.
Local train timetable for the East Hampshire Rail Route.
Trains leaving Liss
Departing in the next 2 hours.
Stagecoach Buses
Regular buses going to and from the train station.
Velvet Buses
Regular buses going to and from the train station.
The Old Drum
Pub, restaurant & accommodation. Opposite the train station
The Turtle Bean Cafe
Only 3 minutes walk from Liss train station
South Downs Map
Public transport map of the national park

Station Ticket Office Hours

Monday to Friday 06:20 - 12:00
Saturday 08:00 - 12:00
Sunday Closed

Useful Numbers

Train Information 0845 7484 950
Travel Assistance 0845 6000 650
For train times text Liss to 84950

Train Station Information

Car Parking 40 spaces
Cycle Parking 8 spaces
Buffets No
Toilets Yes
Taxis Yes taxi rank on forecourt
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