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About Cosham Railway Station

Cosham Railway Station is a two-platform train station which formerly served the village of Cosham, which is now a suburb of northern Portsmouth. It was opened in the mid-19th century by the London and South Western Railway, and is currently served by Southern, Great Western Railway and South Western Railway trains.

Portsmouth - the home of English maritime history

Portsmouth is the best place in the UK to explore all things maritime, featuring impressive ships dating back to the Napoleonic wars and the reign of Henry VIII, museums on marine life, D-Day, and the history of the Royal Navy. Aside from that, Portsmouth's modern marvel, the Spinnaker tower, its popular Gunwharf Quays, and many more things to experience, makes the city a wonderful place to explore for those visiting Hampshire.

Step aboard the HMS M-33

One of the many highlights of Portsmouth's Historic Dockyard, the HMS M-33 is the last surviving British ship to take part in the Gallipoli campaign of World War I. Stepping aboard this impressive monitor, you'll be met by a range of modern features including an immersive battle experience that brings the ship's haunting story, and the stories of her crew, to life.

Looking for a cheap hotel Near Cosham Railway Station? Travelodge Portsmouth Hilsea Hotel is a five-minute drive away, and Travelodge Portsmouth Hotel can be reached in 15.