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Written by Mark Bearton - 15 Nov 2004
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Location notes
Pevensey and Westham station is located 5 miles east of Eastbourne on the line to Hastings.
Railway type and traffic
Regular services with class 377s. There is a regular service of 3/4 trains per hour, though not all stop at Pevensey and Westham.
Pevensey is a small village and the station whilst staffed is reasonably quiet.
Road directions
Pevensey is on the B2191 east of Eastbourne and just west of the junction between the A27 and A259.

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Pevensey and Westham map co-ordinates
Public transport
There is a regular train service stopping at the station.

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There are some shops within a short walk of the station.
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Pevensey and Westham

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Pevensey and Westham general view map
Pevensey and Westham close up map

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Photographic notes
Light here is best in the morning for eastbound trains and in the afternoon for those heading west.

General views - All photographs © Mark Bearton unless otherwise stated
Fig 1 - Looking east

Fig 1 - Looking east

Fig 2 - Looking west

Fig 2 - Looking west

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