Station Name: SOUTHAMPTON WEST END
[Source: Dave Marden]
Looking east at Southampton West End Station from above the tunnel before 1895
1897 Ordnance Survey map showing the new Southampton West station with the original station to the east of the Blechynden Street foorbridge
1903 plan showing layout Southampton West station with its predecessor to the right
N15 Class 743 passes through the disused Southampton West End station with a 'down' train of GWR coaches in the late 1920's
Looking east towards the disused Southampton West End station in August 1933. Viewed from the footbridge which still exists to the east of Southampton Station.
Copyright photo from John Alsop collection
Looking east from Southampton Central 'down' platform towards the disused Southampton West End Station in 1934. The main station building which was used as a goods office at this date can be seen under thru footbridge on the left although the platform has been cut back to accommodate a siding. The down platform was demolished earlier in the year to make way for additional tracks into Central Station.
66550 on 6O49 sand empties from Neasden to Wool passing through the site of Southampton West End Station on 3rd August 2006. from a similar viewpoint to the 1933 picture above.
Photo by Rob Daly