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.

Latest news

Your nomination really counts

1st May 2019

We are always pleased to receive your donations towards the preservation of the Mid Hants Railway, but here's an opportunity for you to contribute without needing to make a ...

Watercress Line to undergo WW2 makeover

25th Apr 2019

The Watercress Line will transform itself into a bustling Second World War railway on 15th-16th June for its War on the Line event, which this year will also mark ...

Let off some steam with Thomas this Easter

20th Mar 2019

Families from across Hampshire will have the chance to meet the world’s favourite little blue tank engine this Easter, when Day Out With Thomas returns to the ...

GRAND DRAW 2018 WINNERS

15th Nov 2018

In aid of the BR Standard 4 Restoration fund The draw took place at Alresford on Sunday 28th October 2018.   The winning tickets were: £1,000 Niamh Redshaw, Twickenham Ticket No. 40543 £ 500 ...

Festive fun at The Watercress Line this December

14th Nov 2018

Our highly anticipated ‘Santa Special’ steam locomotive will chuff into town again next month, giving families the chance to travel across the heart of the English countryside in ...

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