There once existed a 55 1 2 mile 893 km network of railway lines on the isle of wight they were opened by several companies between 1862 and 1901 . The island line railway on the isle of wight operates between ryde and shanklin serving smallbrook junction brading sandown and lake stations along the way. The isle of wight railway was a railway company on the isle of wight united kingdom it operated 14 miles of railway line between ryde and ventnor it opened the first section of line from ryde to sandown in 1864 later extending to ventnor in 1866 the ryde station was at st johns road some distance from the pier where the majority of travellers arrived a tramway operated on the pier . Isle of wight steam railway latest the oldbury carriage featured in the ch4 great rail restoration programme is now on show in our cw workshop at havenstreet see blog for further details and catchup link all operating days and events can be found on our your visit timetables page bookings for our santa and boxing day events 2018 and new . The island line service also connects to the isle of wight steam railway by way of a small station at smallbrook juntion meaning travellers from london waterloo can literally travel back in time through the ages of railways on their journey to the island
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