(Isle of Wight Steam Railway)
|Opened:||1875 (Closed 1966)|
The station, which was renamed Havenstreet in 1959 , was closed along with much of the once extensive Isle of Wight railway system in the late 1960s. The station was re-opened by the Isle of Wight Steam Railway who opened a stretch of line between Havenstreet and Wootton in 1971.
Havenstreet is now the headquarters of the preserved line with workshops (the first of which opened in 1980), a museum and a recently opened visitor centre (Train Story) at the station .
|Station building at Havenstreet|
|Wagons in one of the workshops|
|D2059 in the station yard|
|Inside Train Story|
 R.J Maycock & R. Silsbury, The Isle of Wight Railways from 1923 Onwards (Oakwood Press, 2006) p. 155
 Ibid p. 263