Trains to Weymouth

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Weymouth is a seaside town of Dorset located on the southern part of England. It is famous for its sandy beach, colorful beach huts and Georgian houses. Popular Weymouth attractions include: the Victorian Nothe fort, the Sealife home to sharks, stingrays and turtles and the Jurassic Skyline with fossils and play areas. It is recommended for visitors to travel to Portland Island to discover its lighthouse and birdlife. Travelling to Dorset is easy, customers can purchase train tickets to Weymouth at the train station or online. Advance train tickets purchases can guarantee up to 43% discount on the original ticket price. Weymouth railway station is the principal station serving the town of Weymouth. Upwey is the second train station located on the north of the town centre that serves the suburban areas of Broadwey, Upwey and Littlemoor.

Weymouth train station is served by the South Western Line that operates a twice‐hourly service from and to London Waterloo via Basingstoke. Whereas the Western Railway line operates every two hours from and to Bristol Temple Meads station via Westbury. An additional service runs from May to September on Saturdays only to London Waterloo via Salisbury. Passengers travelling on Sundays can select either an hourly train service to Waterloo or a limited service to Bristol.

Weymouth has become a popular holiday destination thanks to its sandy beaches. It is also a hub for ferries to the Channel Islands. There is a small square in front of the station, the beach and the Esplanade are only two blocks walk to the east side of the town. The area is characterized by hotels, guesthouses, bars and restaurants. The main shopping streets of Weymouth are to the south of the train station to the direction of the historic harbor and ferry port. You can buy train tickets to Weymouth at your local railway station or online.