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The Stations

Slide Wootton SMALLBROOK
No vehicle or pedestrian access Alight for Island Line services to Ryde & Shanklin
Ashey No vehicle access Havenstreet Train Story, Museum & Workshops


Hop aboard at Wootton where you will find a recreation of an Edwardian country station complete with waiting room, ticket office and toilets.

When the sun is shining make the most of your day and enjoy lunch in the picnic area, take a short walk up the road to a country pub, or along the former route of the railway line towards Whippingham station.


Our main station, Havenstreet is a restored 1940s station where all the fun and magic happens. Facilities here include Train Story Discovery Centre, museum, locomotive and carriage and wagon workshops, a well-stocked gift shop and our refreshment rooms. It’s also home to Haven Falconry Bird of Prey Centre.


Trains call here only by request. Its beautiful rural location makes it the perfect spot for country walks or a relaxing picnic. You can see the site of Ashey Racecourse where traditional horse racing takes place occasionally, including the famous annual Ashey Scurry, when a special train service is in operation.

Smallbrook Junction

Step off at Smallbrook Junction, where the Steam Railway meets electric trains. It is here that Island Line trains link to the Steam Railway. There is no access to this station other than by train. The station itself was built by the former Network SouthEast in the early 1990s and the building, designed to replicate a traditional Southern Railway station, was completed in 2012. There is a ticket office, waiting room and eco toilet.

End of the line

Disembark and explore what else there is to see and do…



The end of the line ...


The heart of our Railway ...


Where steam meets electric ...


A quiet country station ...