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  • Reason for inclusion: Holmes and Watson changed trains at Lewes to pick up the Newhaven train.

    Accessibility: Normal railway hours

    Description: The station was opened in 1846 and rebuilt in 1889. Extant buildings date from this period


    Holmes and Watson travelled from Canterbury West to Hastings (station buildings all modern). From Hastings they took a train to Lewes where they picked up a train to Newhaven Marine station in order to make the crossing to Dieppe. Newhaven Marine station was demolished in 2017.

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