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 GWR (Bristol - Weymouth) and SWT (Yeovil-Waterloo) trains at

Bruton

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To Bath and Bristol, coming from Weymouth and Yeovil, departing from Bruton at the times shown. Passengers for London Paddington - change at Westbury, and if there is a connection there its time of arrival at Paddington is shown. Connections with Waterloo are shown in blue.

From Bristol and Bath, going to Yeovil and Weymouth, departing from Bruton at the times shown. Passengers from London Paddington - change at Westbury, and if there is a reasonable connection there its time of departure from Paddington is shown. Connections with Waterloo are shown in blue.


Notes: A until 9 September, then 1838; WS - For Waterloo change at Westbury and Salisbury; ** goes to Salisbury only but first connects at Westbury with a late train to Bristol (arr 2323); *also connects at Westbury for Paddington arr 1450

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Notes: A until 9 September, then 1759; F - Fridays only, starts from Westbury and serves all stations to Exeter St Davids; W - change at Westbury; W - there is a connecting train from Bristol to Westbury; ** over an hour’s wait at Westbury, maybe only if you must!

Mon to Fri    Pad/Wat arr

O650  O921

O749 1124

1001  1221

1229  1454

1428  1622

  1518 Plat 2     1821 Wat

1616

1712 1950 Wat

1843  2235

1945 WS 2258 Wat

2124

2146**

Saturdays    Pad/Wat arr


O749 1121  

O954 1221

1226* W Wat 1549

1426  1702



1725AWS Wat 2019

    1849A

1940A


2129















































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To see if the train is going to be on time, click here and scroll down to Live Departures.     There is no Ticket Office but you can buy your ticket on the train; credit or debit cards are accepted.     There is a Help Point on each platform; press the bottom button to hear what trains are due and where they are going; if a train is going to Gloucester it does go to all the stations to Bristol first!  There is some free parking immediately outside the station.     Not been to Bruton before? For a handy map that you can print out, with walking directions, click here, or see the big map at the station exit.        Travelling on a Saturday or Sunday? Because of frequent engineering works the train company advise you to check your times with National Rail Enquiries.    As a voluntary organisation we can accept no responsibility for errors or changes in times; but if you do see an error we’d be very grateful if you would kindly let us know by using the Feedback page. South West Trains services to and from Waterloo are shown in blue, but run only until 4 August, after which GWR/MRT take over and we will have to wait and see if they decide to continue these services.

For more details about the trains below please click on Heart of Wessex Line Guide or SWT