The Taunton to Yeovil railway

I’m writing this post mainly to test the system. It should appear only in the ‘getting around category and be accessed only by the ‘getting around’ menu.

The railway ran seven trains a day in both directions reaching Yeovil at Yeovil Town station, now demolished, where Bradfords yard now is. The route is now the A3088. It was closed by the Beeching axe in the sixties.

There is a link in the right column of the ‘Getting around’ information page to a splendid west of England railway enthusiasts website which has a number of interesting photographs, including the one of Martock Station.

Andrew Clegg

One thought on “The Taunton to Yeovil railway

  1. Jeremy Bell

    Martock is particularly well supplied with the “Nippy” bus running many excellent routes and often.


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