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Trains to Bristol

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Trains to Bristol: Overview

Must Know Bristol has two major stations – Bristol Temple Meads in the city centre and Bristol Parkway in the north
Get Around There is a comprehensive bus network in Bristol operated by the First Group
Which Company Great Western Rail and CrossCountry

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Trains to Bristol


The city of Bristol is an important rail hub in the south-west of England, with connections to London, Wales, the Midlands, the North, Devon and Cornwall. It has two stations, Bristol Parkway to the north of the city and Temple Meads in the centre. Temple Meads station is served by numerous local buses, including an airport connection. The ferry stop is a short walk from the station for services to the city centre and the harbour attractions. Rail services to London Paddington, Wales, the south-west and the south coast are provided by First Great Western, with journey times from the capital of around 2 hours. South West trains offer a service from Bristol to London Waterloo. Cross Country serve journeys heading north.


Bristol has a rich history as an important medieval maritime centre and a powerhouse of the Industrial Revolution. The modern city is a vibrant, multicultural area with lively music and arts scenes and innovative global cuisine. One of the city's most famous cultural stars is the street artist Banksy, whose provocative and playful works can still be seen dotted around the walls of the city. Innovative exhibitions feature at the Bristol Museum and Art Gallery and the Arnolfini. The new M Shed space is a colourful introduction to the city's history and people, while Isambard Kingdom Brunel's SS Great Western steamship is a major tourist attraction. For a flavour of Bristol, a wander by the harbourside or the beautiful, upmarket district of Clifton - with its chic boutiques and artisan eateries - is ideal. The St Nicholas Market also offers an instant glimpse of the creative and culinary styles of this unique city.

Trains to Bristol

via St James' Park Exeter St Davids Bristol Temple Meads
duration: 02:11 hrs
first: 19:48
last: 19:48
earliest: 21:59
last: 21:59
  • St James' Park
  • Exeter St Davids
  • Bristol Temple Meads


29/11/2015 19:48 - 21:59 £8.59
via Newcastle Birmingham New Street Bristol Temple Meads
duration: 04:33 hrs
first: 09:35
last: 09:35
earliest: 14:08
last: 14:08
  • Newcastle
  • Birmingham New Street
  • Bristol Temple Meads


17/09/2015 09:35 - 14:08 £86.04
via Lincoln Central Nottingham Birmingham New Street Bristol Temple Meads
duration: 04:04 hrs
first: 09:37
last: 09:37
earliest: 13:41
last: 13:41
  • Lincoln Central
  • Nottingham
  • Birmingham New Street
  • Bristol Temple Meads


13/05/2016 09:37 - 13:41 £45.07