Romsey railway station serves the town of Romsey in the county of Hampshire in England. It is located on the Wessex Main Line and is the junction station for the Eastleigh to Romsey Line.
The station was built by the LSWR
and opened in 1847 on their line from Eastleigh to Salisbury.
The station is managed by First Great Western
, which runs services southeastward to Southampton Central
, and Brighton
, and northwestward to Salisbury
, and Cardiff
. Also, South West Trains operates a "figure of six" service running from Salisbury to Romsey and Southampton via Redbridge, then to Eastleigh and back to Romsey via Chandlers Ford.