Watercress Line

Due to the COVID-19 emergency the Watercress Line Mid Hants Railway is temporarily closed to the public. The safety of our staff, volunteers and visitors is our most important consideration. You will know that the Watercress Line relies on ticket revenue to cover its operational costs, which currently work out more than £75,000 a month. Without money coming in from running services, the railway is eating into its financial reserves to survive. If you can help, please click on the Virgin Money Giving link below which allows you to donate a single amount or pay monthly if you're able to. You can also text WATERCRESS to 70085 to donate £10, texts cost £10 plus one standard rate message. Thank you for continuing to support us during this unprecedented situation. We hope to be able to welcome you back to the Watercress Line soon.

MHRPS Blog

Just a couple of things

18th Jul 2019 in Buildings

11 July A lot of bits and pieces of jobs have had to be done over the last few weeks, of no great import as regards news or photos but important ...

Alton Station Update

18th Jul 2019 in Buildings

Alton Water Tower The water tower at Alton is now complete with a fresh coat of paint and for the first time a lid, which will help keep it clean ...

WAGON GROUP REPORT 24TH JUNE

4th Jul 2019 in Wagon Group

Well it's been a few weeks since the last report, with holidays and other things seemingly taking up rather a lot of time. But anyway, even though no one ...

Alton Station Update

20th Jun 2019 in Buildings

It's been a couple of weeks since we last updated upon the activities taking place at Alton Station and it's been a very busy few weeks at that. ...

Building Department Blessed

7th Jun 2019 in Buildings

5 June The Alton water tank refurbishment has been blessed with good weather from the start, so no time has been lost to rain. Sunday and mid-week teams from the Building ...

WAGON GROUP REPORT 20TH MAY 2019

23rd May 2019 in Wagon Group

Brian was away this week, so a report from John D from a lovely sunny Tuesday morning at Medstead, along with Kevin,Tim, Richard, Ian J, Keith O. Chris P, ...

Tanks for the memory

13th May 2019 in Buildings

8 May A large job that has been on the work schedule for some time- along with a few others- is the refurbishment of the balloon water tank at Alton. Although ...

WAGON GROUP REPORT 7TH MAY 2019

9th May 2019 in Wagon Group

Brian reports from Medstead on Tuesday, with seven in attendance. Entrance to Medstead was a bit of a nightmare first thing, as a very large Arctic lorry was present ...

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