What Railway line is Andover on?
Andover railway station serves the town of Andover, Hampshire, England. The station is served and operated by South Western Railway. It is 66 miles 19 chains (106.6 km) down the line from London Waterloo on the West of England Main Line.
Does Andover have a train station?
The railway arrived in 1854 as part of the London and South Western Railway, with links to the capital and Southampton. Trains to Andover today arrive at a station that is to the north-west of the town centre and has services to Salisbury, Exeter, Basingstoke and London Waterloo.
Does Andover Station have barriers?
Station access Underpass with long and steep ramps at approx 1:8 gradient to Platform 1 (for trains towards London). A staff operated powered wheelchair is available for use at the station to assist passengers who have difficulty using the slopes.
What zone do I live in UK?
Most of the United Kingdom is located in USDA zone 9, although climates as chilly as zone 8 or as mild as zone 10 aren’t uncommon.
How do I find my zone in London?
You can see the zone on the tube map. The zones are marked in either white or grey. Scroll around or type in a station name in the search box to see the zone.
What grow zone am I?
Zone 1 covers the alpine areas of south eastern Australia. Zone 2 the tablelands of south east Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria, and the uplands of central Tasmania. Zone 3 includes much of the southern half of the continent, except for localities on or near the coast.