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West Somerset Railway
The Railway Station

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The West Somerset Railway travels through 20 miles of beautiful Somerset countryside between Bishops Lydeard (4 miles from Taunton, Jnc. 25, M5) and Minehead.

New for 2013: Family Character Meet and Greet Days: Peppa Pig and George Pig on Saturday 6th April, Fireman Sam on Saturday 4th May, Day Out With Thomas Saturday 6th & Sunday 7th & Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th July, Mike the Knight on Saturday 31st September and Scooby Doo on Saturday 26th October.

The West Somerset Railway offers Family Saver 'Return' and 'Rover' tickets that are valid for 2 adults and up to 4 children. Family Savers give you a discount over buying individual tickets and are a great option for you to make your money go further on the West Somerset Railway.

Pushchairs and Buggies are welcome on the West Somerset Railway and are safely carried in our Guard's Van on the train. There are baby changing facilities on board most trains and at Minehead and Bishops Lydeard Stations.

For more information and to book online please visit our website or call 01643 704996.


Months Open: February weekends in Feb & half-term, March weekends, Daily March to early November and Christmas/New Year period.
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes - Please pre-book
Contact 01643 704996
Admission Price: Return fare/Rover ticket
Adults: 17.00
Children: 8.50
Seniors: 15.40
Family (2 adults + up to 4 children): 45.00
Catering: On train buffet
Station buffets at Bishops Lydeard

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