With regular trains running to Brighton, Portsmouth, Cardiff and Great Malvern, Fareham railway station has been serving the local community for over 175 years.
Opened in 1841, the station was originally part of the Eastleigh to Gosport line. It has been used for passengers for decades, but for a time was also used for freight services to the Royal Navy ordnance factory at Bedenham.
Today, Fareham railway station is used by over 1.7 million people every year, with many of those visitors using it as an interchange. However, the local area of Fareham has plenty of reasons to pay a visit that go beyond commuting.
Fernham Hall regularly hosts live music concerts and theatre shows, as well as comedy nights and other events, while every year the nearby village of Wickham has its annual festival – which in recent years has featured acts including 10CC and Jools Holland.
All South West Trains ticket machines are able to sell tickets with Disabled Persons Railcard discounts. All machines are accessible, however the station may not be so please check the station access note for further details
Customer Help Points
Customer Help points are located on every platform
Ramp For Train Access
Staff Help Available
Monday - Friday: 05:20 to 23:00
Saturday: 05:20 to 23:00
Sunday: 06:30 to 23:00
Step Free Access
Interchange between platforms is via lift access.
The lifts are available until 2230 everyday
Platforms 1 and 2 (for trains to Southampton, Eastleigh and Basingstoke) accessed via lift from platform 3.
Platform 3 (for trains to Havant, Portsmouth and Brighton) has step-free access from the booking hall or side entrance from car park main entrance /exit side.
This station does not offer
Accessible Public Telephones, Accessible Taxis, Impaired Mobility Set Down, National Key Toilets