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Meon Valley Railway

Although the Meon Valley Railway by-passed Warnford to the east on its way from West Meon to Droxford, it influenced the development of the whole of the Meon Valley in the early part of the 20th Century.  From Warnford walk up Hayden Lane and down the pathway on your left when you reach the railway bridge.

More  information on the Meon Valley Railway's history can be found here

The following video explores some of the remaining infrastructure and the WW2  historical context of Droxford Station.