On summer Saturdays the branch handled a considerable amount of holiday traffic, with two locomotives operating through trains from London, however this service ceased in 1962 when diesel multiple units were introduced in November 1963.
The train was probably re-routed via Cobham and Guildford (New-Line) because of engineering works caused by the Bournemouth Electrification Scheme circa 1966.
After taking water at Guildford, the train would have continued its journey to Bournemouth via Havant and Fareham rejoining the main line at St Denys before continuing its journey to Southampton and Bournemouth.
In 1963 it was transferred to the Western Region and re-coded 83D, but two years later it was closed to steam;(Above) Another super-wide view from the carriage window as the train passes Seaton Junction on 9th July 1961.
Opened in 1868, the branch serving the seaside resort of Seaton became a popular venue with holidaymakers, but with increased car ownership during the 1960s, holiday traffic to the resort declined and this led to a gradual run down of rail services and eventual closure of both the branch and junction in March 1966.
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