Easton Station was in the
centre of the Isle of Portland and the terminus of the Portland
Branch Railway, which operated in the west side of
Opened with the Easton and Church Hope Railway, on 1 September 1902,
the line past
Portland station was technically a separate railway, although
the branch was operated as one line.
Easton was closed from 11 November 1940 to 1 January 1945 following
It was after it re-opened that Percy Murphy would have
been here as Guard at the Station.
Although the station closed to passengers in 1952 regular freight kept the
line in use until a decade or so later.