| East Tisted, East Hampshire
|London and South Western Railway
|London and South Western Railway
| Southern Railway
Southern Region of British Railways
|1 June 1903
|7 February 1955
Tisted was a railway station on the Meon Valley line which served the village of East Tisted.It opened in 1903 and closed in 1955. The main station building, designed by T. P. Figgis, is now a private residence.
The last train, pulled by two T9 class locomotives (30301 and 30732), left on 6 February 1955.
The station building survived the closure and is now a private residence.A BR mk1 carriage sits at the platform, this is one of the former 'Pilkington Glass' railtour set of coaches
| British Rail
Meon Valley Railway line
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