In the 1860s Midhurst had a population of just 1,500 and yet had two railway stations and was a junction for three railway lines linking the town with Chichester, Pulborough and Petersfield. Come and hear the tales of the rails to Midhurst at an illustrated talk, together with film footage, a photographic display and original documents.

The talk by Bill Gage will be held at West Sussex Record Office at 7.00pm on Tuesday 29 November. Booking is essential.

To attend in person (£8.00) ring 01243 753602 to book and pay.

To attend online (£5.00), visit Rails to Midhurst Tickets, Tue 29 Nov 2022 at 19:00 | Eventbrite