Swaythling railway station

Swaythling railway station is on the South Western Main Line on the northern edge of in , , serving the area of . It is 75 miles 56 chains down the line from .
Photo: AlanFord, Public domain.

Notable Places in the Area

is situated 620 feet northeast of Swaythling railway station. Photo: Nigel Cox, CC BY-SA 2.0.

is one of the two remaining medieval churches in the city of , England. is situated 1700 feet south of Swaythling railway station. Photo: Rosemary Oakeshott, CC BY-SA 2.0.

The South Stoneham municipal cemetery, situated off Mansbridge Road, , was opened in early 1905, with the first burial taking place on 4 February, and was extended in 1927. is situated 2500 feet east of Swaythling railway station.

St. Alban's Church, , , stands on Tulip Road, just off the main Burgess Road. is situated 2600 feet west of Swaythling railway station. Photo: Michael Ford, CC BY-SA 2.0.

Localities in the Area

is a suburb and electoral ward of the city of in Hampshire, England. Photo: Nigel Mykura, CC BY-SA 2.0.

is a suburb and Electoral Ward of , , on the Eastern bank of the , built on sloping parkland which once formed part of Bitterne Manor. is situated 1 mile south of Swaythling railway station. Photo: Mike Faherty, CC BY-SA 2.0.

is a suburb of , , although it falls outside the formal city boundary. is situated 1¼ miles southeast of Swaythling railway station.

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