Victorian railway station near Chichester

Lavant station north of Chichester, 1881
Lavant station north of Chichester, 1881
Edinburgh Road, Landport, Portsmouth, in the 1920s, maybe 1930s.' Picture: Robert James Collection

NOSTALGIA: Would you dare do this in this Portsmouth street today?

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Taken in 1881, the year it opened, this picture captures Lavant station in all its Victorian glory.

Lavant was one of the stops on the Chichester to Midhurst line and lost its role when the line closed to passengers in 1935.

The station building design featured a booking office on the level of the road nearby (behind the fence), passengers having to descend by stairs to the platform built in a cutting.