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Alton and Alresford Bus System & Hampshire Rail Network
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Location Alton, Hampshire
Address Alton, Hampshire GU34, United Kingdom
Lat, Long 51.090113, -1.165786
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Description Alton is a historic market town and civil parish in the East Hampshire district of the English county of Hampshire. It had a population of 16,584 at the 1991 census and is administered by East Hampshire district council. It is located on the source of the River Wey and is the highest town in Hampshire. It also is home to Treloar College, the National Specialist college for Young Disabled People. The town is twinned with Pertuis in France, and Montecchio Maggiore in Italy. Alton station is located on the National Rail network at the end of the Alton Line with a regular service to London Waterloo. Journey time is usually just over an hour, stopping at Bentley, Farnham, Aldershot, Ash Vale, Brookwood, Woking, Surbiton and London Waterloo. Alton railway station also serves as a terminus for the Mid Hants Railway commonly called 'The Watercress Line', a restored steam railway running between Alton and New Alresford, so called because it used to be used to transport fresh watercress to London.
Keywords UK, Bus Routes, Rail Network, Public Transport, Transit
Updated on 2014-05-28
Created on 2013-03-27
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Alton Bus System
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Alresford Bus System
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Hampshire Rail Network
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