1 review of Southwick Railway Station in English
Southwick is a small suburban station on the West Coastway Line between Portslade and Shoreham-by-Sea. It was opened in 1840 on the original line between Brighton and Shoreham, but of the original station, only the walls and platform canopies survive: the ticket office is housed in a small modern brick bulding just by the entrance.
Facilities are minimal: there are no toilets, just sheltered seating on either platform, although thanks to the provision of ramps they are both accessible by step-free access. There is a ticket machine for when the ticket office is closed. There is also a small cycle rack, and a set-down area for cars, but no parking.
Off-peak, Southwick is served by the half-hourly all stations service between Brighton and West Worthing, and the hourly Semi-fast services from Brighton to Portsmouth and Southampton respectively, giving 4 trains per hour. All trains go to Brighton in the other direction (4 per hour).
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