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Berwick Station is on the Eastbourne to Lewes line 8 miles west of Eastbourne and a mile or two north of the village it takes its name from.
Railway type and traffic
All regular trains on this line are EMUs, with half-hourly services to both Brighton and London. Class 171 DMUs may be seen sometimes on through Brighton to Ashford workings.
Berwick station is in a quiet location and outside peak-hours has an hourly service and few passengers.
Berwick station is on an unclassified road which links the A27 west of Eastbourne with the A22 near Hailsham. On the A27, Berwick village is on the south side, the station to the north. Berwick, Sussex map co-ordinates
There is a station car park.
There is an hourly service during the day at the station to Eastbourne, Lewes and Brighton.
There are no toilets on the station though there is a pub nearby.
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Berwick is a picturesque station with an excellent Southern Crossing-box and Semaphore signals.
Light is best here in the morning for trains from Brighton, but for trains from Eastbourne and for pictures of the signal box the afternoon is better.
General views - All photographs © Mark Bearton unless otherwise stated
Fig 1 - Looking east
The view, including the signal box.
Fig 2 - Looking east
Fig 3 - Looking west
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