Mid Hants Railway (Hampshire) Reviews
Description:Operating preserved heritage steam engines between Alresford and Alton, Hampshire England.
Newest Review: ... is kept down the sidings south of the station and cannot be accessed by the public, and there are 2 platforms and a bay/cattle dock platform. There is a wonder café called the West Country Buffet and does a beautiful breakfast in there, along with sandwiches hot and cold, drinks and other very decently priced food. Alresford has a signal box, which if you're lucky, you can get a look in ... more
Customer Mid Hants Railway (Hampshire) Reviews (1)
by - written on 23/01/12 (Useful, 20 readings)
I must admit to spending many happy hours both working as a volunteer down at the MHR and as a paying customer. From an overall prospective, id defiantly give this place an 8/10. It has everything to keep all ages happy, the history of the line itself, the steam and diesel locos, the shop at Alresford along with a miniature railway to keep all ages happy. The line is 10 miles lone with an average gradient of 1 in 60 uphill from Alton to Medstead and a 1in60 downhill gradient from Medstead to Alresford, (of course these are reversed coming from Alresford) ALRESFORD At Alresford the line ends there, all the coaching stock is kept down the ... Read the complete review
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