Serving the local area for over 150 years with trains to Weymouth, Westbury and Bristol Temple Meads, Weymouth railway station is a valuable part of the GWR network.

Originally opened in 1857, the station acts as the terminus for both the Heart of Wessex Line from Bristol Temple Meads and Gloucester, and The South Western Main Line from London Waterloo.

If you happen to find yourself at Weymouth Railway station and are looking for something good to eat, you’ll find plenty of options nearby. The Handmade Pie and Ale House is just a short walk from the platforms. 

And once you’ve eaten, why not take a long walk along Weymouth Beach where you can work off the meal with a brisk stroll and some fresh Dorset sea air? This 3-mile stretch of beach is also close to the town centre and historic local harbour, so you might even have time to do some shopping and sightseeing.

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