Havenstreet railway station
|Place||East of Guildford Farm|
|Area||Isle of Wight|
|Managed by||Ryde and Newport Railway (1875 to 1887)
Isle of Wight Central Railway (1887 to 1923)
Southern Railway (1923 to 1948)
Southern Region of British Railways (1948 to 1966)
Isle of Wight Steam Railway (since 1971 )
|1875||Opened (Haven Street)|
|21 February 1966||Closed|
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Haven Street railway station opened in 1875  and was an intermediate stop on (successively) the Ryde and Newport Railway, Isle of Wight Central Railway, Southern Railway  and British Rail-being renamed Havenstreet in 1958. It closed on 21 February 1966 but re-opened as the headquarters of the Isle of Wight Steam Railway in 1971.
Developments since re-opening have included the construction of a locomotive works, carriage and wagon repair works, additional sidings and a café. Additionally, the former gasworks has been opened to the public as a shop and museum, the water tower formerly at Newport was re-erected at Havenstreet in 1971, and money is being raised for the construction of a carriage storage shed.
|Preceding station||Heritage railways||Following station|
|Wootton||Isle of Wight Steam Railway||Ashey|
A 1914 Railway Clearing House map of lines around The Isle of Wight.
- "Isle Of Wight Railways, Then and Now", Pomeroy, C,A: Oxford,Past & Present Publishing, 1993, ISBN 0-947971-62-9
- Southern E-group web-site
- Subterranea Britanica
- "Steaming Through the Isle Of Wight", Hay,P : Midhurst,Middleton, 1988 ISBN 0-906520-56-8
- "Isle of Wight Steam Railway - Havenstreet". Retrieved 2009-03-27.
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- Isle of Wight Steam Railway photographs, WightCAM - photographically illustrated walks on the Isle of Wight.
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