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Rowlands Castle

Opened on the 1st January 1859 the station has an hourly service to both Portsmouth and London Waterloo.

The station was once one of three between Petersfield and Havant, but is the only one to have enjoyed a regular service.

There use to be goods and coal sidings trailing at the Petersfield end of the station. There was also a siding at the Havant side of the station, serving a brickworks adjacent to the remains of the Castle.

The village is crossed by three long-distance footpaths, the Monarch's Way, Sussex Border Path and Staunton Way.

St. Huberts chapel is located on the outskirts of Rowlands Castle at Idsworth. Built in 1053 it was originally dedicated to Saint Peter and Saint Paul. Grade I listed, the chapel contains examples of mediaeval paintings from around 1300.
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St. Huberts chapel
The little church in a field.
Stansted Park
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Station Ticket Office Hours

Monday to Friday 06:35 - 09:15
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

Useful Numbers

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

Train Station Information

Car Parking 26 spaces
Cycle Parking 4 spaces
Buffets No
Toilets No
Taxis Yes taxi rank on forecourt
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