These are representative of what was running at the time and are mostly from the Authors personal experience having driven Loco hauled trains in the area at the time and the period shortly after this Timetable, although the times have been altered to fit in with the 1987/8 timings.
The stock in use at the time for the passengers was the Southern Region 1963 stock, VEPs, CEPs, BIGs etc., in 4, 8 or 12 car formations.
The earliest timetable for Barnham produced so far!
Back to a era of pure steam only, the timetable is compiled from platform working and signal box documents for Barnham and Ford with locomotives allocated from information of the era.
Relive the days of the West Countries, LBSC tanks, King Arthurs, Brighton Atlantics, and many more.
Class 1 Euston trains were Push Pull with the loco at the North end and made up from 10/11 Mk 2 coaches or 9 Mk 3 coaches plus a Driving Van Trailer. There were still some loco hauled Sleeper and Mail trains which spent time in the station in the early hours,some of which attached or detached coaches or vans.
Cross Country services were a mixture of HSTs and loco hauled. Tyseley DMU depot maintained various heritage diesel MUs.
They also strayed onto 4-VEP workings, not only on Coastway services but to London as well!
All were replaced by 4-VEP's by December, 4-VEP's also strayed onto 4-CAP workings, but the scheduled type is given in this timetable.