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A small branchline with a crossing and fence put up as a tactical place for photos. Near the town of Romsey, Southampton, Hampshire.
Railway type and traffic
Mainly 170s or 158s with services running at every quarter to the hour and on the hour.
There is about 5 freights a day headed with either 66s or 60s and the odd track machine.
It is a very quiet location with a footpath leading towards it, you must drive down Crampmoor Lane to get to it and walk up the public footpath towards the crossing.
Crampmoor Lane is on the A3090 'Winchester Road' that runs from the M2 Junction 2 to Winchester . The lane is about 1/4 of a mile to the east of RomseyClick here to set up your location for directions to this location Romsey, Crampmoor Crossing map co-ordinates
The only public transport is getting on a train to Romsey from Southampton and getting on the X66 bus to Crampmoor Lane.Click here to set up your location for directions to this location
There are no amenities but there is a garage down the road and a Chinese restaurant.
There are many Bed and Breakfasts in the town of Romsey.
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Romsey, Crampmoor Crossing
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The line runs through a tunnel of trees at this location but the crossing allows you to get up close and personal.
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Fig 1 - Looking east
Fig 2 - Looking east
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