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A footbridge over the railway line just to the south of Petersfield Station. The bridge joins a housing estate with a light industrial area.
Railway type and traffic
Passenger services are in the hands of SWT, predominantly 444s with the odd 450, two fast trains each way per hour and one stopping train each way per hour.
The only freight is the Fawley - Holybourne tanks, which go north around 1015 and return at around 1515.
A quiet footbridge.
Petersfileld station is sign posted after turning off the A3 in Petersfield. From the station either head out of the car parks southern exit to Bedford Road, or turn away from the level crossing and take the next left into Frenchmans Road and follow this down. Just before going under the railway bridge turn right into Bedford Road. The location is a few hundred yards down the road.Click here to set up your location for directions to this location Petersfield, Bedford Road Bridge map co-ordinates
You can park either in the station car park, or at weekends on the road opposite the bridge.
The nearest amenities/shop are on the station. The town is about a 10 minutes walk from the bridge.
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The location will favour shots of southbound trains during the day between, roughly, 11:00 and 16:00 as you are facing north east.
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Fig 1 - Looking north east
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