Web site of the Friends of Bruton Railway Station and supporters of Castle Cary Station
[google7bd7630d4db204d1.html] Trains for Bruton, Castle Cary, Evercreech, Shaftesbury,
Shepton Mallet, Wincanton, Wells, Glastonbury Festival, Sunrise Festival and Farm
Fest at Gilcombe Farm Bruton, Bath and West Showground, Ditcheat Stables, Timetables
for local regional and many national train services, Local Information and much more.
Train times at Westbury where you can change for Newport & Cardiff or for Salisbury,
Southampton & Portsmouth.
General information about the region, and much more
Train times at Gillingham (Dorset) forSouth West Trains to London (with Waterloo
times) or Exeter.
Click on any of the underlined words
On other main pages: Go to: Useful Links for journey planning, ticket purchase, rail
and coach links to airports, London buses and Underground (Subway) services, Rail
Cards, alternative forms of transport and much more; Notes on Wheelchair Access,
difficult at some stations; Information about Bruton, Castle Caryand Gillinghamtownswith local maps and satellite views; Information about the Friends of Bruton
Railway Station; and finally, if you have any comments or suggestions for the improvement
of this site we would very much like to hear from you, especially if you find any
link has stopped working. You can contact us for this purpose using the Feedback
To see a map ofthe rail system of South West England and how it connects with the
rest of the country, click on the little map on the right. This has one-click access
to timetables for all the routes shown. For much more information about the services
on these lines please click on About rail links. There is also a page of Other timetables.
You can use the same link to plan a journey anywhere in the UK, however many changes
it involves. Collect your ticket at a booking office (locally Castle Cary or Gillingham)
or use the ticket machine on the station forecourt at Gillingham. There is no booking
office at Bruton, but you can board without a ticket and pay when the conductor comes