Marshlink Places to Visit in Three Oaks
Welcome to the Marshlink Line, here you will find a list of places to visit along the line, with reviews and offers to help you make your visit along the line memorable and encourage you to return to this wonderful area.
The Marshlink Line provides a wonderful way to visit the area with Southern Railway in a comfortable and sustainable way. Take a look at Southern Railways latest travel offers and visit some great locations today.
- Three Oaks
Three Oaks railway station serves the village of Three Oaks in East Sussex, England. It is on the Marshlink Line, and train services are provided by Southern. It was originally known as Three Oaks & Guestling. The station is centrally located in Three Oaks Village.
The railway line between Ashford and Hastings was opened by the South Eastern Railway in 1851. but originally there were no stations between Winchelsea and Hastings. Ore opened in 1888 and with the introduction of steam railmotor services between Rye and Hastings, three halts were opened between Winchelsea and Ore on 1 July 1907: Snailham Crossing Halt; Guestling Halt; and Three Oaks Bridge Halt. The latter station has been renamed four times: in 1909 it became Three Oaks Halt; later on it became Three Oaks and Guestling Halt; on 5 May 1969 Three Oaks and Guestling; finally on 12 May 1980 the present name of Three Oaks was adopted it is still called this today.
Other great places to visit along the line are
- Ham Street
- Three Oaks
- Ore Tunnel
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Easter Weekend News
Guestling Green Neighbourhood Watch are holding a Table Top Sale at Three Oaks on Saturday 7th April in aid of baby Elliott's Fund