Mottisfont & Dunbridge railway station is a small railway station serving the village of Dunbridge situated in Hampshire, England, on the Wessex Main Line.
It is the closest railway station to Mottisfont Abbey and the village of Mottisfont, and the station was renamed Mottisfont & Dunbridge in 2006 to reflect this. It was previously known simply as "Dunbridge". Mottisfont previously had a station of its own on the Andover to Romsey line, known as the Sprat and Winkle Line, but this closed on 7 September 1964 under the Beeching Axe.
From 9 December 2007 a new service began to serve Mottisfont & Dunbridge. It operates from Salisbury to Southampton Central, via Romsey. South West Trains operates the service utilising 2-car Class 158 units. Mottisfont & Dunbridge has a roughly hourly service; a vast improvement over the previous frequency. As a result of this Great Western Railway no longer serves the station, although it still carries full FGW branding. According to station usage statistics Mottisfont & Dunbridge is the second least frequently used station in Hampshire, with only Beaulieu Road having fewer passengers.
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