Book Now!! 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 tickets at the booking office at Castle Cary station or use the ticket machine on the station forecourt. There is no booking office at Bruton station, but you can board here without a ticket and pay when the conductor comes around.
To open a map of the Rail System of South West England and see how it connects more widely, click here. For information about the rail services linking the region with the rest of the country please click on About rail links and Timetables. On other main pages: Go to: Useful Links for journey planning, ticket purchase, rail and coach links to airports, London Buses and Underground, Rail Cards, alternative forms of transport and much more; Notes on Accessibility, a problem at some stations; All about local and regional Buses and Coaches; Information about Bruton town, with a local map and a satellite view; Information about the Friends of Bruton Railway Station and their Newsletter. Finally, if you have any comments or suggestions for the improvement of this site, or spot any errors, would you very kindly let us know by using the Contact us Page. …
Website of the Friends of Bruton Railway Station
Trains at Bruton and Castle Cary
and rail links with the rest of the country, also local bus and coach information
As a voluntary organisation we accept no responsibility for errors or changes in times or schedules.
About this wonderful area: Within easy reach are Wells and its Cathedral, the City of Bath, with 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 Safari Park, Stonehenge, Wincanton Race Course, the Bath and West Showground, Hauser and Wirth’s International Art Gallery at Bruton and of course our latest attraction The Newt in Somerset, between Bruton and Castle Cary.
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I’ll be travelling with a disabled friend; how can we get help on the way?
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Services during the Pandemic
The train companies are issuing no printed timetables for the time being, but have provided limited information which we show in our various tables. Everything is still subject to change without notice. May we suggest that before travelling you check on National Rail or call them on 03457 48 49 50.
Who are the Friends of Bruton Station, anyway?