Web site of the Friends of Bruton Railway Station and supporters of Castle Cary Station
Also information on this great tourist area and its rail, coach and bus services, how to get rail information, tickets and lots more; just click on the links. Within easy reach are Wells and its Cathedral, the City of Bath, with its Roman Baths and Georgian Terraces, Glastonbury, famous for its Abbey and of course its Festival, Stourhead House and Garden (most popular National Trust site in England), Longleat House and famous Safari Park, Stonehenge, Wincanton Race Course, the Bath and West Showground and Hauser and Wirth Somerset’s Gallery at Bruton and much more.
Our Local Stations
Instant information for residents and for visitors already here
General information about the region, and much more
On other main pages: Go to: Useful Links for journey planning, ticket purchase, rail and coach links to airports, London Buses and Underground (Subway), Rail Cards, alternative forms of transport and much more; Notes on Accessibility, a problem at some stations; Information about Bruton, Castle Cary and Gillingham towns, with local maps and satellite views; Information about the Friends of Bruton Railway Station, with some recent pictures, and finally, if you have any comments or suggestions for the improvement of this site, or spot any errors, we would very much like to hear from you. You can contact us for this purpose using the Feedback page.
To open a map of the Rail System of South West England and see how it connects with the rest of the country, click on the little map on the right. This gives one-
Trains at Bruton and Castle Cary
and rail links with the rest of the country
[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.
Click on any of the underlined words
If you already know what you want to do you can buy your ticket on line now by clicking on National Rail Enquiries
You can also use this link to plan a journey to anywhere in the UK, however many changes it involves. You can collect your ticket at a booking office (locally Castle Cary or Gillingham) or use the ticket machine on the station forecourts at both places. There is no booking office at Bruton, but you can board without a ticket and pay by cash or card when the conductor comes around.
Train times for services to London (with Paddington times) and to the West.
Train times for South West Trains to London, (with Waterloo times) and to Exeter.
South West Trains
For the first time ever, a direct service London Waterloo to Bruton and Yeovil, weekdays only, starts on Monday 14th December.
Down: dep Waterloo 1250, arr Bruton 1518 Up: dep Bruton 1712, arr Waterloo 1950
Two more Up trains go to Salisbury only, departing from Bruton at 1944 and 2059.
More details on this site from the start of winter timetables on 13th December.
The Bruton community welcomes this dev-