Getting To Wiltshire By Train
Travelling To Wiltshire By Rail
Fast and regular Inter-City services as follows:
London (Paddington) serves Swindon (55 mins) and Chippenham (70 mins) in the north of Wiltshire and Great Bedwyn (90 mins).
From London (Waterloo), the West Country trains stop at Salisbury (90 mins) and Tisbury (103 mins).
The Bristol to Weymouth and Southampton lines call at Bradford on Avon, Trowbridge, Westbury, Warminster and Salisbury for visitors from the Midlands and the North.
The TransWilts line with trains every two hours connects Swindon, Chippenham, Melksham, Trowbridge, Warminster and Westbury.
Popular tourist attractions, such as Avebury and Stonehenge, can be reached from London by rail services to Swindon and Salisbury respectively where connecting bus services are available.
For National Rail Enquiries, anywhere in the UK, call Local Rate: 08457 484950 (UK only).
Alternatively, visit National Rail's website to view timetable information.
If you are looking for ideas for days out on the train see some of the suggested itineraries on the Connecting Wiltshire website.