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Goods Train
Heading towards Selham
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1923 Selham
Loading Milk churns
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1968 Selham
Nick Catford
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1960s Selham
Pearl Sanderson
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Selham Station

Opened 1st July 1872
closed to passengers
7th Feb.1955
This was the station between Petworth and Midhurst.
Now a private house.
It was served by the Three Moles pub (built 1872) which is close-by and for the first few months of its life was called The Railway Inn.

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