75A BRIGHTON
The shed is in the fork of the Haywards Heath and Worthing lines at the north end of the station. The yard is visible from the lines.

Turn right outside the station along Terminus Road (this road runs parallel to the railway). Continue into Howard Place and then turn right into New England Road. A broad path leads from the right-hand side of the road to the shed. Walking time 10 minutes.

NEWHAVEN
The shed is on the west side of Newhaven Town Station. The shed is partially visible from the line.

A cinder path leads from the north end of the up platform to the shed.

There is also an entrance from the Quay.
75B REDHILL
The shed is in the fork of the Tonbridge and Brighton lines south of the station. The yard is visible from both lines.

Turn left outside the main entrance to the station (up side), and left again under the railway bridge along Station Road. This road bears to the right and a private road leads to the shed through the goods yard entrance on the right—hand side, at the top of the hill. Walking time 5 minutes.
75C NORWOOD JUNCTION
The shed is on the east side of the Anerley line north of the station. The southbound Crystal Palace fly-over runs at the other side of the shed. The yard is visible from both lines.

Turn right outside the main entrance to the station along a footpath running parallel to the line. Turn left at the end of this path into Portland Road. Turn right at the traffic lights into High Street and continue over the railway bridge into Penge Road. A cinder path leads over a footbridge to the shed from the left—hand side of this road (just past the railway bridge). Walking time 10 minutes.

See also under London.
75D STEWARTS LANE
The shed is in a maze of lines between Wandsworth Road and Battersea Park Stations. The yard is partially visible from the Battersea Park-Wandsworth Road, and the Victoria-Brixton lines.

Turn left outside Queen’s Road (Battersea) Station into Queenstown Road and fork left into Silverthorne Road. The shed entrance is a gate on the left-hand side marked "Longhedge Works." Walking time 5 minutes.

See also under London.

Note.—There are conductor rails in the shed yard.


TONBRIDGE
The shed is in the fork of the Tunbridge Wells and Ashford lines at the east end of the station. The yard is visible from both lines.

Leave the station by the main exit and turn right over the bridge. Turn left into Priory Road. The shed entrance is a gate on the left-hand side. Walking time 5 minutes.
75E THREE BRIDGES
The shed is in the fork of the Horsham and Haywards Heath lines south of the station. The yard is partially visible from both lines.

Go straight ahead out of the station, and turn left into the main road. Turn first left along a cinder path past an electricity sub-station. This path continues under the Horsham line and leads to the shed. Walking time 5 minutes.

HORSHAM
The shed is on the east side of the line north of the station. The yard is partially visible from the line.

Turn right outside the station, and continue over the railway bridge. Turn first left along Foundry Road (unadopted), and a cinder path leads to the shed from a gate on the left-hand side. Walking time 5 minutes.
75F TUNBRIDGE WELLS WEST
The shed is on the north side of the line at the west end of the station. The yard is visible from the line. The shed entrance is a gate in Tunbridge Wells West Station yard.

A bus service connects Tunbridge Wells Central and West Stations.