Weymouth Visitor Guide

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This guide, produced by Pindar Creative for Dorset County Council tells you about the different ways to travel in and from Weymouth, to the wider Dorset area. Attractions have been colour-coded to help you find your way around.

Escape the hussle of modern life and unwind in Dorset. With beautiful beaches, peaceful country lanes, rolling hills and woodland trails right on your doorstep, you can explore the area easily on foot, by bike, by bus or by train.

The attractions map highlights main areas of interest including family activities as well as museums and gardens. You’ll also find information later in the guide on how to get to them by bus or train.

It is very easy to get around Weymouth on foot, by bike or by bus.

Whether you want to spend your time relaxing on the beach or exploring the coast path, there is something for everyone.

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Weymouth Visitor Guide

  1. 1. Weymouth area Visitor travel guide - summer 2014
  2. 2. Introduction .......................................................................................... 1 Weymouth town and map................................................................. 2-3 Weymouth area map ......................................................................... 4-5 Weymouth bus travel and network map ........................................... 7-9 Weymouth by bike...............................................................................10 Attractions in Dorset ......................................................................11-18 Town maps.......................................................................................... 19 Abbotsbury ............................................................................ 20-21 Blandford Forum .................................................................... 22-23 Bridport and West Bay........................................................... 24-26 Corfe ...................................................................................... 28-29 Dorchester.............................................................................. 30-31 Lulworth and Durdle Door ..................................................... 32-33 Lyme Regis ............................................................................. 34-35 Portland.................................................................................. 36-37 Swanage................................................................................. 38-39 Wareham ................................................................................ 40-41 Dorset-wide bus and train travel.........................................................43 Dorset bus and rail network map...................................................44-45 Weymouth bus timetables ............................................................ 46-71 Dorset-wide bus timetables ...........................................................72-85 Park and Ride services........................................................................ 87 Dorset-wide train times................................................................. 88-95 Visitor feedback survey ......................................................... back cover Contents Page
  3. 3. 1 Introduction This guide tells you about the different ways to travel in and from Weymouth, to the wider Dorset area. Attractions have been colour-coded to help you find your way around. Escape the hussle of modern life and unwind in Dorset. With beautiful beaches, peaceful country lanes, rolling hills and woodland trails right on your doorstep, you can explore the area easily on foot, by bike, by bus or by train. The attractions map highlights main areas of interest including family activities as well as museums and gardens. You’ll also find information later in the guide on how to get to them by bus or train. It is very easy to get around Weymouth on foot, by bike or by bus. Whether you want to spend your time relaxing on the beach or exploring the coast path, there is something for everyone.
  4. 4. Weymouth is a vibrant seaside town with plenty of great activities and attractions to keep everyone entertained. Market day is on Thursdays with a farmers market in the town on alternate Sundays. Weymouth and the surrounding area has many miles of trails and bridleways for you to explore, and with an extensive cycle network it’s never been easier to explore the town by bike or on foot. This map is a guide to major attractions and amenities in the town. It also highlights bus stops, walking and cycling routes. For a detailed map of cycle routes in the area visit: www.dorsetforyou.com/travel-dorset/cycle Weymouth town centre car parks can get busy, so why not travel in by bus or use the park and ride. If driving, leave plenty of time for your journey. Weymouth has car park guidance signs to direct you to car parks with spaces. For all-day parking the Swannery car park is ideal. For more information about visiting Weymouth go to: www.visit-weymouth.com Weymouth town 2
  5. 5. NCN26 NCN26 NCN26 (RodwellTrail) SWCoastPath SW Coast Path SWCoastPath GLOUCESTER STREET BATH ST. KING STREET THEESPLANADE WESTWEYROAD WESTWEYROAD W E YM OUTH W AY OAKLEYPL NEWBERRYROAD TRINITY ROAD STAVORDALEROAD GLOUCESTER MEWS THEESPLANADE JAMES ST GARDENSSPRING COVEST MITCHELL ST MARKET ST GREAT GEORGE STREET QUEENST. HIGH WEST STREET CHAP ELHAY STREET NORTH QUAY NEWBERRYGDNS CUSTOM HOUSE QUAY COVE ROW HELEN LANE NORTH PARADE STNICHOLASST. BELLE V UE WESTST ALMAROAD WESTHAM ROAD PARKSTREET CRESCENTSTREET FRANCHISE STREET TRINITYST STTHOMASSTREET LOWER ST ALBAN ST MAIDENSTREET W ESTHA MROAD COMMERCIALROAD COMMERCIALROAD BARRACKROAD EASTSTREET NEWSTREET ST LEONARD’S ROAD PARKSTREETWESTHAM ROAD CONEYGAR LANE STMARYSTREET STMARYSTREET BOND STREET STTHOMASSTREET THEESPLANADE Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright 2014 Digital Cartography by Pindar Creative 01296 390100 www.pindarcreative.co.uk Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright 2014 Digital Cartography by Pindar Creative 01296 390100 www.pindarcreative.co.uk ©P1ndar WEYMOUTH Weymouth Railway Station Radipole Lake RSPB Nature Reserve Weymouth Sealife Tower 94 Weymouth Pavilion 92 Sharkeys Play and Party Warehouse 70 63 NCN26 to Ferry terminal Nothe Fort 70 K8 K1 K2 K3 K4 D4 D3 D2 D1 T1 N1 T2 K7 K6 K5 Kings Statue K1 Main bus stops in Weymouth for key to other symbols, see page 18 Town centre 3
  6. 6. DorchesterRoad B3159 B3159 B3159 Greenhill B3157 B3156 A354 A353 A354WeymouthReliefRoad A354 W eymouthW ay B3159PrestonRoad A353 Littlemoor Road Chickerell Road B3157 Chickerell LinkRoad B3157 Granby Way RadipoleRoad Southill Melcombe Regis Park District Mount Pleasant Business Park Redlands Broadwey Littlemoor Preston Overcombe Radipole Putton Chickerell Charlestown Westham L h Weymouth Town Centre (see separate map) Upwey Weymouth Community Hospital, Walk-in Centre and Minor Injuries Unit Police Waterside Seaview Weymouth Bay Bennett’s Water Garden Lodmoor Country Park Weymouth Sealife Centre Sandworld Nothe Fort Weymouth Sealife Tower 63 94 92 70 43 68 93 Fantasy Island Fun Park 28 Granby Fun Factory 34 55 10 ©P1ndar Chickerell Road B3154 A354 A354 PortlandBeachRoad PortlandRoad A354 Buxton Road B3153 W yke Road LanehouseRocksRoad B3156 Lanehouse Southlands Wyke Regis Rodwell Littlesea Chesil Vista Nothe Fort Sandsfoot Castle y Portland Castle 92 70 67 55 60 Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright 2014 Digital Cartography by Pindar Creative 01296 390100 www.pindarcreative.co.uk 1km500m0 Primary Road A Road B Road Other Road Parking - long stay Parking - short stay National railway station Holiday Park Activities House and gardens Museum Sights Supermarket/ Convenience Store ©P1ndar Chickerell Road DorchesterRoad B3159 B3159 B3159 Greenhill B3157 B3156 B3154 A354 A354 A353 A354WeymouthReliefRoad A354 W eymouthW ay B3159PrestonRoad A353 Littlemoor Road A354 PortlandBeachRoad PortlandRoad A354 Buxton Road B3153 W yke Road LanehouseRocksRoad B3156 Chickerell Road B3157 Chickerell LinkRoad B3157 Granby Way RadipoleRoad Southill Melcombe Regis Park District Mount Pleasant Business Park Redlands Broadwey Littlemoor Preston Overcombe Radipole Putton Chickerell Charlestown Westham Lanehouse Southlands Wyke Regis Rodwell Weymouth Town Centre (see separate map) Upwey Weymouth Community Hospital, Walk-in Centre and Minor Injuries Unit Police Waterside Littlesea Chesil Vista Seaview Weymouth Bay Bennett’s Water Garden Lodmoor Country Park Weymouth Sealife Centre Sandworld Nothe Fort Sandsfoot Castle Weymouth Sealife Tower Portland Castle 63 94 92 70 43 68 93 Fantasy Island Fun Park 28 Granby Fun Factory 34 67 55 60 10 Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright 2014 Digital Cartography by Pindar Creative 01296 390100 www.pindarcreative.co.uk 1km500m0 Primary Road A Road B Road Other Road Parking - long stay Parking - short stay National railway station Holiday Park Activities House and gardens Museum Sights Supermarket/ Convenience Store Weymouthareamap
  7. 7. 6 dorsetforyou.com/traveldorset live travel alerts bus and train times TravelDorset Check before you travel before you travel Out and about - let Travel Dorset show you the wayOut and about - let Travel Dorset show you the way Check before you travel 6 dorsetforyou.com/traveldorset live travel alerts bus and train times TravelDorset Check before you travel Check before yo Out and about - let Travel Dorset show you the wayOut and about - let Travel Dorset show you the wayOut and about - let Travel Dorset show you the way live travel alerts bus and train times Check before you travel
  8. 8. Weymouth bus travel Exploring Weymouth by bus is a wonderful way to see the town. Hop on and off with a day return or weekly ticket and let someone else do the driving. The main bus stops in the town are centred around the King George III Statue along Weymouth seafront. There are regular services in and out of the town centre, with some last buses running until midnight*. (*Please note - summer service buses run until 2am to Portland and until 12.30am to Preston) Many local buses have low floors which are easily accessible for wheelchair users and ‘buggy friendly’, meaning you can bring your buggy on board without having to fold it up. With more and more buses being adapted to be accessible, it’s never been easier to travel. Local bus companies offer a variety of tickets with singles, day returns and weekly or monthly passes. ●1 Having the right change will save time. ●2 Signal for the bus to stop - As the bus approaches, check the route number and destination displayed on the front. Raise your arm as a signal for the bus to stop. ●3 When you want to get off - Simply press the bell once, as you approach the stop, stay seated until the bus stops. If you are unsure where your bus stops, ask the driver for help. Bus top tips 7
  9. 9. ©P1ndar ©P1ndar ©P1ndar ©P1ndar ©P1ndar ©P1ndar ©P1ndar © P 1 n d a r © P 1 n d a r ©P1ndar ©P1ndar ©P1ndar ©P1ndar ©P1ndar Preston The Spice Ship Chalbury Corner Overcombe Corner Weymouth Sealife Centre Greenhill Gardens Radipole Spa Hotel Prince Regent Hotel Chickerell Littlemoor Shopping Centre Upwey Sutton Poyntz Seven Acres Road 14 to Dorchester 4 4 4A X43 to Swanage X53 to Poole 10 to Dorchester 183 to Blandford Forum X53 to Exeter 503 4A Waterside Seaview Weymouth Bay Mount Pleasant Park and Ride ©P1ndar ©P1ndar © P1ndar ©P1ndar ©P1ndar ©P1ndar ©P1ndar Prince Regent Hotel Rodwell Charlestown The Alex Lanehouse Fiveways Westhaven Wyke Regis 1 to Portland (Ripcroft) 501 to Portland Bill (evenings) 502 Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright 2014 Digital Cartography by Pindar Creative www.pindarcreative.co.uk Weymouth Kings Statue Littlesea Chesil Vista 1 4A 14 4 10 1 501 502 PARK & RIDE X43503 183 8 Key Service 1 Service 4/4A Service 8 Service 10 Service 14 Service 183 Service 501 Service 502 Service 503 Service X43 Service X53 Park & Ride Terminus ©P1ndar ©P1ndar ©P1ndar ©P1ndar ©P1ndar ©P1ndar ©P1ndar © P 1 n d a r © P 1 n d a r ©P1ndar ©P1ndar ©P1ndar © P1ndar ©P1ndar ©P1ndar ©P1ndar ©P1ndar ©P1ndar ©P1ndar ©P1ndar Preston The Spice Ship Chalbury Corner Overcombe Corner Weymouth Sealife Centre Greenhill Gardens Radipole Spa Hotel Prince Regent Hotel Rodwell Chickerell Charlestown The Alex Lanehouse Fiveways Westhaven Wyke Regis Littlemoor Shopping Centre Upwey Sutton Poyntz Seven Acres Road 14 to Dorchester 4 4 4A X43 to Swanage X53 to Poole 10 to Dorchester 183 to Blandford Forum X53 to Exeter 1 to Portland (Ripcroft) 501 to Portland Bill (evenings) 502 503 4A Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright 2014 Digital Cartography by Pindar Creative www.pindarcreative.co.uk Weymouth Kings Statue Waterside Littlesea Chesil Vista Seaview Weymouth Bay 1 4A 14 4 10 1 501 502 PARK & RIDE X43503 183 8 Key Service 1 Service 4/4A Service 8 Service 10 Service 14 Service 183 Service 501 Service 502 Service 503 Service X43 Service X53 Park & Ride Terminus Mount Pleasant Park and Ride Please note: Service 14 commences 25 May 2014. Service X31 operates 25 May until 27 September 2014. Service X43 operates 26 July until 31 August 2014. Weymouthbusnetworkmap
  10. 10. Weymouth by bike Cycling is a great way to explore the local area. There are many dedicated cycle ways, bridleways and trails to get around the town while avoiding traffic on the roads. Weymouth has 40km of cycle paths, most of it is traffic-free, making it one of the best in the South West. Weymouth train station has 40 dedicated cycle-parking spaces and covered parking. The town centre also has more than 200 cycle-parking spaces so it’s never been a better time to use pedal power. 10 Cycle hire shops include: Cycle Life 01305 781831 www.cyclelife.com Mud, Sweat & Gears 01305 784849 www.mudsweatngears.co.uk Tilleys 01305 785672 www.tilleysmotorcycles.co.uk Westham Cycles 01305 776977 www.westhamcycles.com Weymouth & Portland Bike Hire 07783 456749 www.portlandcyclehire.com Weymouth Bike Hire 07973 751393
  11. 11. Attractions in Dorset There’s so much to see in Dorset from fascinating museums and quaint local markets to the romantic ruins of Corfe Castle and family attractions. For fun-packed days out with the kids, visit Monkey World, Sea Life Adventure Park or Farmer Palmer’s. They’ll also love the famous Swannery and Children’s Farm at Abbotsbury. All kids love to run around on the sandy beaches at Swanage and Weymouth and splash in the clean, shallow waves. The beaches between Lyme Regis and Charmouth are the best for uncovering fossils. For more ideas to entertain the whole family, go to www.visit-dorset.com Attractions are listed alphabetically by area and are colour coded by type, see pages 14-18. Please note this list is not exhaustive and other attractions may be available. 11
  12. 12. ©P1ndar ©P1ndar SWCP SW SWCP SWCP NCN26 NCN26 NCN26 NCN26 NCN26 NCN26 N NCN2 NCN2 NCN2 NCN2 NCN2 NCN2 NCN2 N A358 A358 A30A30 A303A303 A378 A378 A361 A361 A358A358 A372A372 A 372 A 372 A 3 03 A 3 03 A303A303 A37 A37 A3088 A3088 A37 A37 A30A30 A356 A356A 358 A 358 A303 A303 A3066 A3066 A3066 A3066 A3052 A3052 A 35 6 A 35 6 A35A35 A37 A37 A3 5A3 5 A35A35 A352 A352 A352A352 A 3 54 A 3 54 A353A353 A35 A35 A30A30 A3030 A3030 A303A303 A303 A303 A357A357 A3 5 7 A3 5 7 A 371 A 371 A 359 A 359 A30 A30 A 3 59 A 3 59 A30 A30 A357 A357 B 3 162 B 3 162 B3165 B3165 B3 163 B3 163 B3 14 6 B3 14 6 B3 1 4 5 B3 1 4 5 B3148 B3148 B3 14 3 B3 14 3 B3 081 B3 08 B3165B3165 B3162B3162 B3157B3157 B3157 B3157 B3143 B3143 B3168 B3168 Abbotsbury Narrow streets - Be aware when travelling through with a large caravan or motor home. Corfe Castle There is limited parking available. Please consider using Norden P&R to take the Swanage Railway train or walk to the village (approx. 15min walk). Lyme Regis Narrow streets - Be aware when travelling through with a large caravan or motor home. 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Corfe Castle There is limited parking available. Please consider using Norden P&R to take the Swanage Railway train or walk to the village (approx. 15min walk). Lyme Regis Narrow streets - Be aware when travelling through with a large caravan or motor home. Travel advisories Bovington Camp Tolpuddle Minterne Magna Cerne Abbas Charminster Sturminster Newton Blandford Camp Burleston Puddletown Osmington West Lulworth East Lulworth Sandbanks Portesham Askerswell Powerstock Beaminster Charmouth Seatown Mapperton Buckland Newton Wincanton Crewkerne Chard Langport Ilchester Somerton Ilminster Morcombelake Maiden Newton Martinstown Burton Bradstock Stalbridge Marnhull Sturminster Marshall Lytchett Matravers Ferndown Ashley Heath Bournemouth Christchurch Poole WAREHAM Wimborne Minster SWANAGE SHERBORNEYeovil BLANDFORD FORUM Shaftesbury LYME REGIS BRIDPORT PORTLAND LULWORTH COVEWEYMOUTH DORCHESTER ABBOTSBURY CORFE CASTLE Studland WEST BAY Gillingham Ringwood Fordingbridge Salisbury Wool Verwood Littlesea Waterside Weymouth Bay Seaview Chesil Vista 54 23 8 42 36 48 40 44 60 66 78 79 13 91 30 35 7471 72 73 11 33 84474621 50 9 26 5814 1 7532 4 65 18 7 41 37 51 27 59 61 88 22 56 83 85 86 87 89 29 53 25 90 12 6 38 57 7782 62 8180 39 19 20 766417 32 6931 Bournemouth International Airport 5 24 45 10 63 67 43 68 70 93 94 28 34 55 49 16 15 52 Primary Road A Road B Road Park & ride Park & steam train Holiday Park Activities House and gardens Museum Sights Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright 2014 Digital Cartography by Pindar Creative 01296 390100 www.pindarcreative.co.uk Dorset area attractions map
  13. 13. 14 Public transport options from King’s Statue Code Attraction Postcode to the attraction Abbotsbury G1 Abbotsbury Abbey DT3 4JJ For all Abbotsbury attractions – G2 Abbotsbury Children’s Farm DT3 4JJ ø X53 to Abbotsbury (Ilchester Arms), then G3 Abbotsbury Sub-Tropical Gardens DT3 4LA G1 5 mins, G2 6 mins, G3 16 mins, G4 Abbotsbury Swannery DT3 4JG G4 12 mins, G75 10 mins G75 St. Catherine’s Chapel DT3 4JH Blandford G11 Blandford Town Museum DT11 7HQ ø183 to Blandford (West St, Crown) 4 mins G35 Hall & Woodhouse Brewery DT11 9LS ø 183 to Blandford St Mary (Brewery) 2 mins G66 Royal Signals Museum DT11 8BJ ø 183 guaranteed connection to ø 184 to Pimperne (Farquharson Arms) 20 mins (via Yarde Lane) » TravelDorset III Bridport G9 Beaminster Museum DT8 3NB » TravelDorset III G14 Bridport Museum DT6 3NR ø X53, or a to Dorchester South, change to ø X31§ to Bridport (Frosts) 4 mins G26 Eggardon Hillfort DT6 3ST » TravelDorset III G33 Golden Cap DT6 6EP ø X53, or a to Dorchester South, change to ø X31§ to Morcombelake (The Bakery) 25 mins G49 Mangerton Mill DT6 3SG » TravelDorset III G50 Mapperton House & Gardens DT8 3NR » TravelDorset III G58 Palmers Brewery DT6 3QH ø X53 to Bothenhampton (Hollow Way) 5 mins Christchurch G5 Adventure Wonderland & Wild Thing! BH23 6BA a to Bournemouth Station change to ø A1, continues to Hurn for Adventure Wonderland 4 mins G17 Christchurch Priory and Castle BH23 1BX a to Christchurch, 15 mins from station G38 Hengistbury Head BH6 4EW a to Christchurch » TravelDorset III G39 Highcliffe Castle BH23 4LE a to Christchurch » TravelDorset III G64 Red House Museum BH23 1BU a to Christchurch, 14 mins from station G76 Stanpit Marsh BH23 1BD a to Christchurch, 18 mins from station Corfe G19 Corfe Castle BH20 5ED For all Corfe attractions – take ø X43†, or G20 Corfe Castle Model Village & Gardens BH20 5EZ a to Wareham Stn, change to ø 40, continue G82 Swanage Railway (Norden P&R Station) BH20 5DW to Corfe Castle (East Street) to G19 3 mins G20 2 mins Corfe Castle (Castle View Inf. Cntr.) to G82 6 mins Attractions in Dorset Notes: § Service X31 commences 25 May 2014 † Service X43 operates 26 July to 31 August 2014 only For other notes see p.18 14 Attractions in Dorset
  14. 14. 15 Public transport options from King’s Statue Code Attraction Postcode to the attraction Attractions in Dorset (continued) Dorchester G7 Athelhampton House DT2 7LG ø 10 to Dorchester, Trinity St, change to ø 187, or a to Dorchester South and change to ø 187, continues to Athelhampton House 2 mins G15 Cerne Giant DT2 7LA ø 10 to Dorchester, Trinity St, change to ø 216, or a to Dorchester South and change to ø 216, continues to Cerne Abbas (New Inn) 8 mins G36 Hardy Monument DT2 9HY » TravelDorset III G37 Hardy’s Cottage DT2 8QJ ø 183 to Kingston Pond 20 mins G41 Kingston Maurward & Animal Park DT2 8PY ø 183 to Stinsford (Cottages) 13 mins G48 Maiden Castle DT2 9JF » TravelDorset III G52 Minterne Gardens DT2 7AU ø 10 to Dorchester, Trinity St, change to ø 216, or a to Dorchester South and change to ø 216, continues to Minterne Magna 2 mins G22 Dorchester County Museum DT1 1XA Visiting Dorchester town centre attractions – G56 Old Crown Court and Cells DT1 9UZ Buses serving Trinity Street in Dorchester: G65 Roman Town House DT1 1XE 10 | 14* | 183 G83 Terracotta Warriors Museum DT1 1JU Some bus services stop nearer to certain attractions – G85 The Dinosaur Museum DT1 1EW please refer to Dorchester town map on page 31 for G86 The Keep Military Museum DT1 1RN most convenient stops for arrival and departure. G87 The Teddy Bear Museum DT1 1JU Example walk: Trinity Street to Teddy Bear and G89 Tutankhamun Exhibition DT1 1UW Terracotta Museums – 6 mins G88 Tolpuddle Martyrs Museum DT2 7EH ø 10 to Dorchester, Trinity St, change to ø 187, or a to Dorchester South and change to ø 187, continues to Tolpuddle (Martyrs Museum) 2 mins Ferndown G8 Avon Heath Country Park BH24 2DH For all attractions in the Ferndown area – G23 Dorset Heavy Horse Centre BH21 5RJ G42 Knoll Gardens BH21 7ND » TravelDorset III G54 Moors Valley Country Park & Go Ape BH24 2ET Lyme Regis G16 Charmouth Heritage Centre DT6 6LR For all attractions in Lyme Regis – G21 Dinosaurland Fossil Museum DT7 3PP ø X53, or ato Dorchester change to ø X31§ G46 Lyme Regis Museum DT7 3QA continues to Lyme Regis (Square) G47 Lyme Regis Town Mill DT7 3PU G16 6 mins, G21 5 mins, G46 32 mins, G84 The Cobb, Lyme Regis DT7 3JJ G47 4 mins, G84 12 mins Notes: * Service 14 commences 25 May 2014 § Service X31 commences 25 May 2014 For other notes see p.18 15 Attractions in Dorset (continued)
  15. 15. 16 Public transport options from King’s Statue Code Attraction Postcode to the attraction Shaftesbury & Gillingham G30 Gillingham Museum SP8 4UA For all attractions in Shaftesbury & Gillingham – G31 Gold Hill Museum & Garden SP7 8JW GG32 Gold Hill, Shaftesbury SP7 8HB » TravelDorset III G69 Shaftesbury Abbey SP7 8JT Sherborne G71 Sherborne Abbey DT9 3BP For all attractions in Sherborne – G72 Sherborne Castle & Gardens DT9 5NR ø 10 to Dorchester, Trinity St, change to ø 216, G73 Sherborne Museum DT9 3BP or a to Dorchester South and change to ø 216, G74 Sherborne Old Castle DT9 3SA continues to Sherborne (Rail Station) G72 12 mins Sherborne (Digby Road) G71 G73 2 mins G74 11 mins Sturminster Newton G78 Sturminster Newton Mill DT10 2JQ For both attractions – G79 Sturminster Newton Museum DT10 1AN » TravelDorset III Swanage G25 Durlston Country Park & Castle BH19 2JL ø X43† to Swanage Bus Station, change to ø5, and continue to Durlston Country Park 2 mins G57 Old Harry’s Rocks BH19 3AN ø X43† to Swanage Bus Station, change to ø50, and continue to Studland (Beach Road) 8 mins G62 Putlake Adventure Farm BH19 3EU ø X43† to Langton Matravers (Valley Rd/Three Acre Ln), or ø X53 | a to Wareham Station and change to ø 40 continue to Langton Matravers (Steppes Hill) times from bus stops: 2 mins (40), 7mins (X43†) G77 Studland Beach and Nature Reserve BH19 3AQ ø X43† to Swanage Bus Station, change to ø50, and continue to Studland (Pipley Bridge) 5 mins G80 Swanage Museum & Heritage BH19 2LJ ø X43† to Swanage Bus Station, change to ø5, Centre continue to Swanage (Pier Approach) 2 mins or 5 mins from Swanage Bus Station G81 Swanage Pier BH19 2AW ø X43† to Swanage Bus Station, change to ø5, continue to Swanage (Pier Approach) 3 mins or 9 mins from Swanage Bus Station Portland G27 Fancy’s Family Farm DT5 1FR ø 1 or ø 501 to Fortuneswell 7 mins G59 Portland Bill Lighthouse DT5 2JT ø 501 to Portland Bill 2 mins G60 Portland Castle DT5 1AZ ø 501 to Portland Castle 2 mins G61 Portland Museum DT5 1HS ø 501 to Portland Museum 2 mins Attractions in Dorset (continued) Notes: † Service X43 operates 26 July to 31 August 2014 only For other notes see p.18 16 Attractions in Dorset (continued)
  16. 16. 17 Public transport options from King’s Statue Code Attraction Postcode to the attraction Wareham G6 Arne RSPB Nature Reserve BH20 5BJ » TravelDorset III GG12 Blue Pool BH20 5AR ø X43† or ø X53 | a to Wareham Stn,change to ø 40 continue to Blue Pool Lane 15 mins G18 Clouds Hill BH20 7NQ » TravelDorset III G29 Farmer Palmer’s Farm Park BH16 6EU ø X53 | a to Wareham Station, change to ø40 continue to Organford (Farmer Palmer’s) 3 mins G53 Monkey World BH20 6HH ø X43† to Bovington (Monkey World) 2 mins or a to Wool Station » TravelDorset III G90 Tyneham Village BH20 5DE » TravelDorset III G91 Wareham Town Museum BH20 4NS ø X43† to Wareham (South Bridge) 3 mins or ø X53| ato Wareham Station, change to ø40 continue to Wareham (Post Office) outside Museum, time from Wareham Stn to Town Museum: 12 mins West Lulworth G13 Bovington Tank Museum BH20 6JG ø X43† to Bovington (Tank Museum) 2 mins or a to Wool Station » TravelDorset III G24 Durdle Door BH20 5PU ø X43† to Durdle Door (Main Road) 15 mins or a to Wool Station » TravelDorset III G44 Lulworth Castle BH20 5QQ » TravelDorset III G45 Lulworth Cove BH20 5RQ ø X43† to Lulworth Cove or a to Wool Station » TravelDorset III Weymouth G10 Bennett’s Water Garden DT3 4AF ø 8 to Charlestown (Army Camp) 7 mins G28 Fantasy Island Fun Park DT3 6PW ø 503 to Waterside Holiday Park 2 mins G34 Granby Fun Factory DT4 9TH ø 8 to Fiveways (Marquis of Granby) 9 mins G43 Lodmoor Country Park DT4 7SX ø 4/4A| X43† |X53|503 to Melcombe Regis (Weymouth Sealife Centre) 3 mins G55 Nothe Fort DT4 8UF from King’s Statue – 16 mins G63 Radipole Lake RSPB Nature Reserve DT4 0ES from King’s Statue – 8 mins G67 Sandsfoot Castle DT4 8QE ø 1|10|501 to Southlands (Bincleaves Rd) 2 mins G68 Sandworld DT4 7SX ø 4/4A| X43†|X53|503 to Melcombe Regis (Weymouth Sealife Centre) 3 mins G70 Sharkys Play and Party Warehouse DT4 8BG from King’s Statue – 7 mins G92 Weymouth Pavilion DT4 8DX from King’s Statue – 8 mins G93 Weymouth Sealife Centre DT4 7SX ø 4/4A| X43†|X53|503 to Melcombe Regis (Weymouth Sealife Centre) 3 mins G94 Weymouth Sealife Tower DT4 8DX from King’s Statue – 11 mins Attractions in Dorset (continued) Notes: † Service X43 operates 26 July to 31 August 2014 only For other notes see p.18 17 Attractions in Dorset (continued)
  17. 17. 18 Public transport options from King’s Statue Code Attraction Postcode to the attraction Wimborne G40 Kingston Lacy BH21 4EA » TravelDorset III Notes: ø - Bus service a - Train/Rail service | - Available options for public transport - Walking time* » TravelDorset III - To plan/continue your journey please visit: www.dorsetforyou.com/traveldorset Buses – summer timetables: Some buses operate only during the summer period or have an increased frequency – please check timetable when planning your journey. In particular please note dates of operation for the following services: Service 5 operates from 25 May to 28 September 2014. Service X31 commences from 25 May 2014. Service X43 operates from 26 July to 31 August 2014. Service 50 operates from 24 May to 20 September 2014. Service 501 operates a ‘daily’ service from 5 July to 31 August 2014. Services 502 and 503 operate a ‘low summer’ service and an increased frequency ‘high summer’ service. * Based on average walking speed 3mph/4.8kph Notes for bus timetable pages: - Service partly or wholly subsidised by Dorset County Council - Low floor bus operated where possible LOW FLOOR BUS Attractions in Dorset (continued) X53 NCN2/25/26 Maps key 18 Attractions in Dorset (continued)
  18. 18. If you’re after clear air, sweeping cliff walks, breathtaking views and snug little towns brimming with restaurants and shops to explore, Dorset is for you! There is more to Dorset than just fabulous scenery and a magnificent coastline - the history of this county is rich and vivid. All over Dorset, you’ll uncover charming market towns and tiny villages tucked into tranquil rurality. Each town has its own individuality, character and history to relate. For detailed information about all towns in Dorset please go to: www.visit-dorset.com The following maps highlight some fabulous towns for you to visit, all within easy reach by bus or train and tips on how to get there. Please check bus and rail timetables for return journey information from towns and attractions. Town maps 19
  19. 19. Abbotsbury Abbotsbury is a popular, pretty, picture-postcard village steeped in history and surrounded by spectacular scenery. The village has much to offer for visitors of any age including the famous 14th century St Catherine’s Chapel. The area also boasts cottage architecture, traditional country tea rooms and wonderful pubs to enjoy a lunchtime or evening meal. Abbotsbury has arguably three of Dorset’s most popular visitor attractions: The Swannery, Sub-tropical Gardens and a Children’s Farm. You can get to Abbotsbury using the X53 Jurassic Coast bus in just 27 minutes, taking in some amazing scenery along the way. The X53 departs from the King’s Statue, K6 every two hours, see pages 63-66 for timetable. 20
  20. 20. Children’s Play Area Children’s Play Area X53 X53 X53 SW Coast Path SW Coast Path S W C oast Path ABBOTSBURYHILL B3157 WEST STREET RODDEN ROW B3157 CLEVERLAWNS BULLER’S W AY BULLER’SWAY MARKETSTREET HANDS LANE BACK STREET GROVELANE Abbotsbury Abbotsbury Gardens Stavordale Wood Countess Coppice Ferny Hole Plantation Jubilee Coppice Oddens Wood Abbotsbury Abbey Abbotsbury Abbey Abbotsbury Swannery Abbotsbury Swannery St. Catherine's Chapel St. Catherine's Chapel Abbotsbury Children’s Farm Abbotsbury Children’s Farm Abbotsbury Sub-Tropical GardensAbbotsbury Sub-Tropical Gardens3 75 1 2 4 Chesil Beach Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright 2014 Digital Cartography by Pindar Creative 01296 390100 www.pindarcreative.co.uk Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright 2014 Digital Cartography by Pindar Creative 01296 390100 www.pindarcreative.co.uk ©P1ndar Narrow Streets Be aware when travelling through with a large caravan or motor home. 500metres0 Abbotsbury 21
  21. 21. Blandford Forum Blandford Forum is a vibrant market town in the north of Dorset located on the banks of the River Stour. Markets are held on Thursdays and Saturdays. It is also the most complete small Georgian town in England, following an extensive fire in 1731. Blandford Forum enjoys stunning views across rolling Dorset countryside. With cycle hire shops in the town, you could explore the area on two wheels. Hire bikes from: Off Camber Bike Hire, 01258 458677 www.offcamber.co.uk You can get to Blandford using the number 183 bus. The journey is just over an hour and departs from K6 at Weymouth’s King’s Statue, see pages 67-68 for timetable. 22
  22. 22. North Dorset Trailw ay/N CN 25 North Dorset Trailway N orth D orset Trailw ay Stour Valley Way Stour Valley W ay NCN25 184 184 184184 183 183 183 184 Police Blandford Town Museum Blandford Town Museum Hall & Woodhouse Brewery Hall & Woodhouse Brewery Blandford Community Hospital and Minor Injuries Unit Blandford Community Hospital and Minor Injuries Unit 11 35 BLANDFORD FORUM Lower Bryanston Bryanston Park Stour Meadows Blandford St Mary Lower Blandford St Mary DAMORYSTREET B308 2 PARK ROAD B3082 SALISBURYSTREET MARKET PLACE EAST ST. B3082 WIMBORNE ROAD WHITECLIFFMILLSTREET A354 A354 A354 AA335500 A350 CH URCH LANE JUBILEEWAY W I NDMILL ROAD PERC Y GDNS BARNES CLOSE SHORT’SLA. RIVER MEWS HEDDINGTON DRIVE STOUR ROAD LANGTON CRESCENT ALE XANDR A STREET ALFRE D STREET ELIZABETH ROAD HOLLAND W AY HUNT ROAD FOLLY LANE SCHOOL LANE PI GEON CLOSE LANGTON ROAD LOCKE RIDGE CLOSE D AMORYCOURTST. EDW ARD STREET B AYFRAN WA Y QUEEN’S ROAD CHE TTELL W A Y WESTSTREET DORCHESTERHILL BOURNEM OUTH ROAD BIRCH AVE NUE BRYANSTON STREET THE CLOSE BLACK LANE SALISBURY ROAD KING’S ROAD ST LEONARD’S A VE NUE B3082 River Stour River Stour Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright 2014 Digital Cartography by Pindar Creative 01296 390100 www.pindarcreative.co.uk Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright 2014 Digital Cartography by Pindar Creative 01296 390100 www.pindarcreative.co.uk ©P1ndar 500metres0 Blandford Forum 23
  23. 23. Bridport and West Bay Bridport is a lively market town with a friendly and vibrant culture and has a fantastic reputation for quality local food and art. Bridport holds a number of festivals and events throughout the year. Markets are held on Wednesdays and Saturdays. A mile south of the town is West Bay, a charming fishing village on the famous Jurassic Coastline. The area has been a favourite holiday destination for generations with its wonderful food and friendly welcome. The Jurassic Coast X53 bus takes you along the coast to West Bay in 48 minutes and Bridport in an hour. The X53 departs from Weymouth’s King’s Statue K6 every two hours (low summer) and hourly in high summer. See pages 63-66 for timetable. 24
  24. 24. ©P1ndar Monarc h’sWay M onarch’s W ay Monarch’sWay FOUNDRY LANE X53 X53 X53 P&R X53 X31 X31 X31 X31 P&R X53 X53 X53 P&R X53 P&R P&R P&R P&R P&R Bridport Park and Ride B3157 B3162 B3157 WESTBAYROADSOUTHSTREET B3157 WEST STREET EAST STREET B3162 A3066 A35 A35 FLOOD LANE BOWHAYES GUNDRY LANE TANNERYRD KING ST. LANSDOWNERD LAKELANE SKILLING HILL ROAD HOLLOW WAY MAIN STREET ALEXANDRAROAD SOU TH WALK PRINCESSROAD CHURCH STREET FOLLY MILL LANE BARRACK ST REET VICTORIAGROVE RAX LANE STMICHAEL’SLANE A35 SEAROADSOUTH A35 ROPE WALKS NORTHSTREET M APLEGARDENS PASTUREWAY C ROCK LANE EL W ELL CROCKLANE SOUTH LA W NS NORD ONS SLADESGREEN ALEXANDRAROAD SOUTH MILLLANE NOR MAN DY WA Y ST ANDREWS STREE T BEDFORDPLACE NTHALLINGTON Bridport Museum Bridport Museum Palmers BreweryPalmers Brewery 14 58 Bridport Hospital Minor Injuries Unit Bridport Hospital Minor Injuries Unit BRIDPORT Skilling Bothenhampton Asker’s Meadow RiverBrit Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright 2014 Digital Cartography by Pindar Creative 01296 390100 www.pindarcreative.co.uk Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright 2014 Digital Cartography by Pindar Creative 01296 390100 www.pindarcreative.co.uk 200metres1000 Bridport 25
  25. 25. ©P1ndar Monarch’sWay Monarch’sWay Monarch’s Way to Bridport SW Coast Path SW Coast Path X53 X53 P&R X53 P&R X53 P&R X53 P&R P&R X53 P&R A35 A35 A35 B3157 B3157 B3157 WESTBAYROADB3157 B3157 CH ESTNUTROAD VALLEYROAD NORTHHILLWAY WANDERWELL MOUNT JOY WYCH HILL MARSH GATE W YCH RIDGE SEAWARD GARDENS MEADOWLANDS FOXGL OVE WAY FORTY FOOT WAY HILL RISE GEORGE ST. QUAYSIDE ESPLANADE FOURTH CLIFF W ALK MEADWAY BRIT VIEW RO AD SECOND CLIFFWALK CLIFFWALK THIRD CLIFFW ALK FIRST H ILL CL. WESTWALK WESTCLIFFROAD STATION ROAD RiverBrit Bridport Harbour WEST BAY Black Rock East Beach West Beach Park and Ride serving Bridport and West Bay Summertime Saturdays only West Bay Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright 2014 Digital Cartography by Pindar Creative 01296 390100 www.pindarcreative.co.uk 1000 200metres West Bay 26
  26. 26. dorsetforyou.com/wal Discover Dorset on f Explore over 3,000 mile footpaths and bridlewa etforyou.com/walking cover Dorset on foot ore over 3,000 miles of paths and bridleways Check before you travel dorsetforyou.com/walking Discover Dorset on foot Explore over 3,000 miles of footpaths and bridleways Check before you travel dorsetforyou.com/walking Discover Dorset on foot Explore over 3,000 miles of footpaths and bridleways Check before you travel dorsetforyou.com/walking Discover Dorset on foot Explore over 3,000 miles of footpaths and bridleways TravelDorset Check before you travel dorsetforyou.com/walking Discover Dorset on foot Explore over 3,000 miles of footpaths and bridleways
  27. 27. Corfe Corfe is overlooked by the outstanding ruins of its castle perched above the village on a hill in a gap in the chalk ridge. The castle, built in 1086, was one of the country’s great strongholds and was strongly defended by the wife of its owner during the civil war. For her heroic efforts the parliamentarians allowed her to go free but destroyed the castle to stop it being used in the future. Corfe Common is found just on the edge of the village with the Purbeck Way walking route passing through it to reach Chapman’s Pool and the South West Coast Path. The X43 (summer service) bus travels direct to Corfe and departs from K5 at Weymouth’s King’s Statue, see page 62 for timetable. Or you can take the train to Wareham and hop on the number 40 bus to Corfe Castle. See pages 92-95 for the train timetable and also pages 80-81 for the bus timetable. 28
  28. 28. ©P1ndar B3351 A351 EAST STREET EASTSTREET A351 SP RING WELLCLOSE CALCRAFT ROAD WESTSTREET HOLLANDS CLOSE WEBBERS CLOSE HOLLANDS CLOSE TOMSMEAD STATION R OAD WESTSTREET SANDY HILL LANE OLLIE VYES L ANE TYNEHAM ROAD Corfe CastleCorfe Castle Corfe Castle Model Village & Gardens Corfe Castle Model Village & Gardens Corfe Castle Railway Station Corfe Castle Railway Station 19 20 Norden Park and Ride 6 minutes walk Norden Park and Ride There is limited parking available in Corfe Castle. Please consider using Norden P&R to take the Swanage Railway train or walk to the village (approx. 15 minutes walk). CORFE CASTLE Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright 2014 Digital Cartography by Pindar Creative 01296 390100 www.pindarcreative.co.uk Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright 2014 Digital Cartography by Pindar Creative 01296 390100 www.pindarcreative.co.uk 200metres1000 40 X43 40 X43 40 X43 40 X43 Corfe 29
  29. 29. Dorchester The historic, county town of Dorset has much to offer its visitor, boasting a wide range of family attractions, independent retailers and delicious eateries. Markets are held on Wednesdays. This thriving market town has famous connections with Thomas Hardy, the Tolpuddle Martyrs and Roman Britain and makes for a fantastic day out. There are also four popular historic walks taking you around the town. Or why not explore the area on two wheels? Hire bikes at Dorchester Cycles, www.dorchestercycles.co.uk telephone: 01305 268787. You can get to Dorchester via the number 10 bus in just 30 minutes. The number 10 departs from Weymouth’s King’s Statue K3 every 15 minutes, see pages 59-60 for timetable. Or take in the beautiful scenery and go by train in just 12 minutes, see pages 90-95 for timetable. For those with a bit more energy, a dedicated traffic-free cycle path takes you from Weymouth right into Dorchester. 30
  30. 30. ©P1ndar NCN2 Grand Tour de Manche NCN26 N CN 26 NCN26 NCN26 NCN26 NCN26NCN26 DORCHESTER Borough Gardens B3144 B3144 B3150 ALBERT ROA D WEYMOUTHAVENUE DAMER’S ROADB3144 B3144 B3147 B3147B3147 HIGH WEST STREET B3150 HIGH EAST STREET GREAT WESTERN ROAD B3144 PRINCE OF WALES ROAD BRIDPORT ROAD B3150 MAUMBURYROADB3147 B3147 B3147B3147 THEGROVE CORNWALLROAD B3147 B3147 COLLITON STREET FRIARYLANE WESTMILLSROAD MILLER’S CLOS E NORTHERNHAY NORTHERNHAY GLYDEPATHROADGLYDEPATHROAD NORTHSQUAREFRIARYHILL FROME TERRACEORCHARD ST. CATERS PLACE WESTWALKSROAD WESTWALKSROAD VICTORIAROAD W ILLIAMSAVENUE ALBERT RD STHELEN’S ROAD PRINCE’S ST. LINDEN AVENUE WOOLASTON RD ACLANDROAD DURNGATE ST. TRINITYSTREET SOUTH WALKS ROAD SOUTH WALKS ROAD CHARLESST. SOUTHSTREETNEW ST CHURCHST ICEN WAY YORK ROAD CULLIFORDROADNORTHCULLIFORDROADNORTH ASHLEYROAD ROTHESAYROAD ALFREDROAD MONMOUTH ROAD MONMOUTH ROAD CROMWELLROAD MAUMBURY ROAD SOUTH COURT AVENUE SOUTH COURT AVENUE MAIDEN CASTLE ROAD COBURG ROAD QUEEN’S AVENUE EDWARDROAD EDWARD ROAD LIMECLOSE OLGA ROAD DAGMAR RO AD ALEXANDRAROAD FAIRFIELD ROAD WEYMOUTHAVENUE M ANOR ROAD M ANOR ROAD POUNDBURY ROAD CORNHILL BREWERYSQ. River From e Police County Hall County Hall WDDC South Walks House WDDC South Walks House Dorset County Hospital and A&E Dorset County Hospital and A&E Dorchester South Dorchester South Dorchester West Dorchester West Dorchester County Museum Dorchester County Museum Old Crown Court and Cells Old Crown Court and Cells Roman Town House Roman Town House The Dinosaur Museum The Dinosaur Museum Terracotta Warriers Museum and The Teddy Bear Museum Terracotta Warriers Museum and The Teddy Bear Museum The Keep Military Museum The Keep Military Museum Tutankhamun Exhibition Tutankhamun Exhibition 83 87 85 2256 89 86 65 Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright 2013 Digital Cartography by Pindar Creative 01296 390100 www.pindarcreative.co.uk Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright 2013 Digital Cartography by Pindar Creative 01296 390100 www.pindarcreative.co.uk200metres1000 183 14 X31 X31 X31 X31 X31 X31 X31 X31 X31 X31 10 P&R 183 183 183 14 10 10 183183 10 10 10 10 14 14 14 14 14 10 P&R P&R P&R P&R P&R P&R P&R 187 183 216 10 14 14 10 187 183 216 216 187183 216 187 187 183 187183 183 216 216 216 187 183 216 Dorchester 31
  31. 31. Lulworth and Durdle Door Lulworth forms part of the Dorset and East Devon World Heritage Site known as the Jurassic Coast. Lulworth has some beautiful walks and a breathtaking view across the bay. Durdle Door and Man ‘O’ War beaches are part of the Lulworth Estate. Shingle beaches which are only accessible on foot via a steep path and steps over the hill from Lulworth Cove or down from Durdle Door car park (located on the cliff top). Get to Lulworth and Durdle Door on the X43 bus. Arrive in just 36 minutes to Durdle Door and 35 minutes to Lulworth Cove. The X43 departs Weymouth’s King’s Statue K5, with four buses per day. See page 62 for timetable. 32
  32. 32. ©P1ndar SW Coast Path SW Coast Path WEST LULWORTH Hambury Tout B3070 MAIN ROAD MAINRO AD THE LAUNCHES SUNNYSIDE BRITWELL DRIVE CHURCHROAD BINDON ROAD SCHOOL LANE WESTROAD FARM LANE Caravan Park Durdle Door Lulworth Cove 24 45 Lulworth Cove Stair Hole St Oswald’s Bay Man o’War Cove Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright 2014 Digital Cartography by Pindar Creative 01296 390100 www.pindarcreative.co.uk Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright 2014 Digital Cartography by Pindar Creative 01296 390100 www.pindarcreative.co.uk 1000 500metres200 300 400 X43 X43 X43 X43 X43 Lulworth 33
  33. 33. Lyme Regis Lyme Regis is a picturesque seaside town set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), on the border where Dorset meets Devon. With a tangle of narrow streets to explore, Lyme Regis is renowned for the famous 13th Century Cobb harbour and a fantastic family-friendly beach.  With quaint local shops, fabulous places to eat and a great spot for fossil hunting. Lyme Regis is the perfect family day out. You can get to Lyme Regis in 1 hour 40 mins on the X53 Jurassic Coast bus. Take in beautiful scenery as you explore the coast on route. The X53 departs from Weymouth’s King’s Statue K6 every two hours (low summer) and hourly in high summer, see pages 63-66 for timetable. Alternatively catch the train to Dorchester South Rail Station (see pages 92-96), then bus number X31 – buses leave every hour, please see pages 76-79 for timetable. 34
  34. 34. ©P1ndar Lyme Regis Park and Ride The W essexRidgeway SW CoastP ath SWCoastPath B3165 SILVER STRE ET B3165 A3052 POUND STREET A3052 BROAD STREET BRIDGE ST. A3052CHURCHSTREET CHARMOUTHROAD A3052 VIEW ROAD AVENUE ROAD SUM MER HILL ROAD HILL RISE ROAD POUNDROAD LYM E CL. EAST CLI FF FERNDOW N QUEENSWALK W EST HILLROAD HAYELANE STAPLES TER. HILL ROAD MILL GREEN C OOM BESTREET ROMAN ROAD W OODM EAD ROAD SOUTH AVENUE ANNING ROAD KINGSW AY COBBROAD COBBROAD CORAMAVENUE PINE WALK LONG ENTRY M ARINE PARADE M ARINE PARADE SHERBORNE LANE LYME REGIS Victoria Pier Horn Bridge Cobb Langmoor Gardens Lister Gardens Police Dinosaurland Fossil Museum Dinosaurland Fossil Museum The Cobb, Lyme Regis Lyme Regis Museum Lyme Regis Museum Lyme Regis Town Mill Lyme Regis Town Mill 21 47 84 46 Narrow streets Be aware when travelling through with a large caravan or motor home. Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright 2014 Digital Cartography by Pindar Creative 01296 390100 www.pindarcreative.co.uk Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright 2014 Digital Cartography by Pindar Creative 01296 390100 www.pindarcreative.co.uk 200metres1000 X53 X31 X31 X31 X31 X31 P&R X53 P&R X53 X53 P&R P&R Lyme Regis 35
  35. 35. Portland The ‘Isle’ of Portland, located on the World Heritage Coast, is an explorer’s island with curiosities of history and folklore just waiting to be discovered. A market is held every Tuesday during the summer. Portland was the host venue for the sailing events for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games and is an ideal place to visit for a host of activities.  Portland’s unique geology and its position are ideal for a wide variety of birds, animals and plant life. A visit to Portland Bill and lighthouse is a must, with fabulous walks along the coast. You can get to Portland via the number 1 bus which departs from Weymouth’s King’s Statue K4. The bus takes just 30 minutes and leaves K4 every 10 minutes, see pages 48-53 for timetable. The open top bus service 501 starts on 5 July and is a stunning way to view Weymouth and the Isle of Portland. See page 69 for timetable. Or why not take in the beautiful scenery while cycling along the Rodwell Trail and extended cycle path all the way to the island? 36
  36. 36. ©P1ndar NCN26 NCN26 SW Coast Path S W CoastPath VERNE COM MONRD C ASTLETOWN A354 EASTONST EASTONLANE A3 54 POR TLAND BEACH RD CHISWELL HIGH ST NE W ROAD A 354 FORTU NESW E LL CASTLERD NEW GROUND GLACIS VERNE HILL RD GROVEROAD GROV EROAD WIDESTREET WESTON STREET REFORNE WESTONROAD REAP LANE SOUTHW AY SWEE T HILL ROAD SOUTHW ELL ROAD PENNSYLVANIAROAD W AKEHAM AVALANCHEROAD PORTLA ND BILL ROAD HIGHST SW EETHILL LANE RIPCRO FT Freshwater Bay Church Ope Cove Chesil Cove Mutton Cove Wallsend Cove Balaclava Bay Portland Harbour Fortuneswell Weston Castletown Castletown Pier Portland Port Southwell ChesilBeach Portland Bill Easton PORTLAND Police Portland Community Hospital and Minor Injuries Unit Portland Community Hospital and Minor Injuries Unit Fancy's Family FarmFancy's Family Farm Portland Bill LighthousePortland Bill Lighthouse Portland CastlePortland Castle Portland MuseumPortland Museum 60 27 61 59 Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright 2014 Digital Cartography by Pindar Creative 01296 390100 www.pindarcreative.co.uk Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright 2014 Digital Cartography by Pindar Creative 01296 390100 www.pindarcreative.co.uk 1 kilometre500metres0 5011 501 501 501 1 501 1 501 501 501 501 501 1 1 1 1 1 5011 5011 Portland 37
  37. 37. Swanage Victorian Swanage captures the essence of a traditional British seaside holiday. Enjoy the award winning sandy beach while being surrounded by Purbeck’s natural beauty and wildlife. Swanage has many attractions including the pier, the beach, watersports and diving, boat trips and Swanage Railway. Markets are held every Tuesday during the summer. Just up the hill on the outskirts of Swanage is Durlston Country Park. With a nature reserve and castle, Durlston has 280 acres of sea cliffs, meadows and woods. The service 5 bus runs direct to the park from Swanage, Victoria Avenue car park, from 25 May until 28 September. Get to Swanage via the X43 which departs from Weymouth’s King’s Statue K5. There are four buses per day, see page 62 for timetable. 38
  38. 38. ©P1ndar SW Coast Path SW Coast Path SWCoastPath SWCoastPath SW Coast Path SHOREROAD A351 VICTORIA AVENUE A351 CAULDON AVENUE BATTLE MEAD GANNETTS PARK BEACH GARDENS WALROND ROAD WALROND ROAD DEMOULHAMROADBONFIELDS AVENUE NORTHBROOKROAD NORTHBROOKROAD CAULD RON CRESC E NT CAULDRON BARN RO AD D 'URBERVILLE DRIVE ANGLEBURY AVE VIVIAN PARK SEAWARD ROAD CLIFTON RD HIGH STREET SHOREROAD ULWELLROAD REDCLIFFEROAD BURLINGTO NROAD STREC HE ROAD BALLARD RD VICTORIA ROAD BALLARD WAY BALLARD WAY ULWELL ROAD ULWELLROAD RABLING ROAD CRANBORNE RD GILBERT RD COURT ROAD ILMINSTERRD STATION ROAD REMPSTONERD STA TION PL. KINGS ROAD E. HIGH STREET HIGH STREET QUEEN'SRDMOUNTSCAR MANWELLROAD RICHMOND RD OSBORNE RD QUEEN'S ROAD TOWNSENDROAD TAUNTONROAD CLUN Y CRESCENT SENTRYROAD PARKROAD SEYMERROAD BROAD ROAD PEVERIL POINT ROAD QUEEN'S ROAD SUNRIDGE CL. STAFFORDRD MANORROAD CHU RCH HILL LOCARNO RD ARGYLERD CLIFFAVE. PLEASANT LANE MOUNT KINGS ROAD WEST ShoreRoad-Pedestrianaccess onlybetweenMayandSeptember King George’s Field Prince Albert Gardens Day’s Park SWANAGE Swanage Pier New Swanage Police Swanage Hospital and Minor Injuries Unit Swanage Hospital and Minor Injuries Unit Swanage Rail Station Swanage Rail Station Swanage Railway Swanage Museum & Heritage Centre Swanage Museum & Heritage Centre Swanage PierSwanage Pier 80 81 Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright 2014 Digital Cartography by Pindar Creative 01296 390100 www.pindarcreative.co.uk Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright 2014 Digital Cartography by Pindar Creative 01296 390100 www.pindarcreative.co.uk 1000 200metres X43 X43 40 40 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 5 55 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 Bus Station Swanage 39
  39. 39. Wareham Wareham is a pretty market town of Saxon origin. Markets are held on Thursdays and Saturdays. Situated between the Rivers Frome and Piddle,  its riverside location makes Wareham a popular destination for those who enjoy boating up the river or simply relaxing on the quay.  Wareham is the start of many walking and cycling routes to explore the rest of Purbeck. Bike hire is available at Wareham train station, www.purbeckcyclehire.co.uk, 01929 556601. Get to Wareham direct by train in just 30 minutes. There are two South West Trains every hour departing from Weymouth train station. Or travel via the X53 bus which departs from Weymouth’s King’s Statue K6. There are six buses per day, see pages 63-66 for timetable. 40
  40. 40. ©P1ndar WAREHAM Northport CLOSE B3075 EAST STREET BESTWALL ROAD CHURCH LANE CONNIGER LANE EASTWALLS WYATT’S LANE MEADOW VIEW CLOSE CHURCHSTREET ST JOH N’S HILL CHURCH G R N TRINITY LA NE POUND LANE WESTPORTROAD ENCOMBERD SHIRLEY ROAD S TOWELLCRESCENT FROMEROAD NORTH WALLS SHATTER’ S HILL COW LANE ROPER’SLANENEWSTREET MILLLANE TINKER’SLA. STRECHE ROADWESTWALLS MONMOUTHROAD BELL’SORCHARDLANE BELL’S ORCHARD LANE NUND ICO FOLLY LANE BRIXEY’SLANE MORETON’SLANE HOWARD’S LANE DOLLIN’S LANE BRIXEY’S LANE STMARTIN’SLANE BONNETT’SLANE EDWARD CRESC ENT SANDFORD LANE CAUSEWAY CLOSE NORTHCAUSEWAY WALLSVIEWRD CAREY CL JOHNS ROADCAREY ROAD MIST OVER ROAD BERE ROAD SANDFORDROAD NORTHMOOR WAY A351 A351 A351 NORTHSTREET B3075 SOUTHSTREET WORGRET ROAD B3070 WEST STREET B3070 CARRION LANE THECROFT BELL’S ORCHARD LANE COOPERS PLEASANT MOUNT TANTINOBY LANE ABBOTS QUAY TANNERS LANE River Frome River Piddle or Trent Police Wareham Hospital Wareham Railway Station Wareham Railway Station Wareham Town MuseumWareham Town Museum91 Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright 2014 Digital Cartography by Pindar Creative 01296 390100 www.pindarcreative.co.uk Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright 2014 Digital Cartography by Pindar Creative 01296 390100 www.pindarcreative.co.uk 1000 200metres X53 X53 X43 X43 X53 X43 40 X43 40 40 X53 X53 X53 40 4040 40 40 40 Wareham 41
  41. 41. 42 TravelDorset Check before you travel dorsetforyou.com/cycling Discover Dorset’s countryside with miles of cycle ways Check before you travel dorsetforyou.com/cycling Discover Dorset’s countryside with miles of cycle ways Check before you travel dorsetforyou.com/cycling Discover Dorset’s countryside with miles of cycle ways Check before you travel dorsetforyou.com/cycling Discover Dorset’s countryside with miles of cycle ways Check before you travel dorsetforyou.com/cycling Discover Dorset’s countryside with miles of cycle ways
  42. 42. Dorset-wide bus and train travel Dorset is easy to travel by public transport. Sit back, enjoy the view and let someone else do the driving! Bus Most buses are low floor and easily accessible, some also have free Wi-Fi. For specific timetables and routes please use www.dorsetforyou.com/traveldorset The Jurassic Coast Bus Service is ideal for those who want to walk a section of the coast path, as you have the option of travelling out or back by bus. Train Many towns across the county have rail stations. See a different side to Dorset and explore the area by train. You can get live train departure times via www.dorsetforyou.com/traveldorset The Swanage Railway is a heritage railway running through six miles of beautiful Purbeck countryside from Norden Park and Ride to Corfe Castle and Swanage. 43
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  44. 44. 46 Weymouth bus timetables The following pages show bus timetables for routes in and around Weymouth. Stops shown on the timetables are main stops, there are other minor stops where buses drop off and pick up along the route. Any stops/times shown in grey are approximate timings only - you are advised to be at the bus stop several minutes before the times shown. 1 Weymouth - Portland..............................................48-53 4/4A Weymouth - Preston - Sutton Poyntz......................54-55 8 Weymouth - Chickerell............................................56-58 10 Weymouth - Dorchester..........................................59-60 14 Weymouth - Dorchester...............................................61 X43 Dorchester - Weymouth - Wool - Swanage..................62 X53 Poole - Weymouth - Exeter.....................................63-66 183/184 Salisbury - Blandford - Weymouth ..........................67-68 501 Weymouth - Portland - Portland Bill ............................69 502 Weymouth - Littlesea Haven Holiday Centre...............70 503 Weymouth - Waterside Holiday Park & Spa ................71
  45. 45. 47 Weymouth bus timetables The timetables also include a list of attractions you can visit along the route. Please check the timetables for return journey information before travelling. Staying at one of Weymouth’s holiday parks? Buses run regularly from the parks straight into the town centre. Chesil Vista 1 Seaview and Weymouth Bay 4/4A Littlesea 502 Waterside 503 Local bus companies often provide day return and weekly saver tickets to make your journeys cheaper. While we make every effort to publish accurate information, these timetables may be subject to change. For up-to-the minute bus times please go to: www.dorsetforyou.com/bustimes
  46. 46. 48 Mondays to Fridays (except Public Holidays) from 6 April 2014 Weymouth (King’s Statue, K4) .... .... .... 0531 0546 0601 0616 0627 0634 0641 0649 0656 then 1812 1822 1832 1842 1852 1902 Southlands (Bincleaves Road) G67 .... .... .... 0536 0551 0606 0621 0632 0639 0646 0654 0701 every 1819 1829 1839 1849 1857 1907 Wyke Regis (Smugglers) 0440 0500 0520 0540 0555 0610 0625 0636 0643 0650 0658 0705 every 1825 1835 1845 1855 1902 1912 Portland (Victoria Square) 0447 0507 0527 0547 0602 0617 0632 0643 0650 0657 0705 0714 7 or 8 1835 1845 1852 1902 1909 1919 Fortuneswell G27 0449 0509 0529 0549 0604 0619 0634 0645 0652 0659 0707 0716 mins 1838 1847 1854 1904 1911 1921 Easton (Square) 0455 0515 0535 0555 0610 0625 0640 0651 0658 0705 0714 0723 mins 1845 1853 1900 1910 1917 1927 Portland (Ripcroft) 0502 0522 0542 0602 0617 0632 0647 0658 0705 0713 0722 0731 until 1852 1900 1907 1917 1924 1934 Notes: FN FN FN Weymouth (King’s Statue, K4) 20 40 00 2200 2220 2240 2300 2330 0000 0030 0100 0130 0200 Southlands (Bincleaves Road) G67 .... 25 45 05 2205 2225 2243 2303 2333 0003 0033 0103 0133 0203 Wyke Regis (Smugglers) 30 50 10 2210 2230 2247 2307 2337 0007 0037 0107 0137 0207 Portland (Victoria Square) 37 57 17 2217 2236 2253 2313 2343 0013 0043 0113 0143 0213 Fortuneswell G27 39 59 19 2219 2237 2254 2314 2344 0014 0044 0114 0144 0214 Easton (Square) 45 05 25 2225 2242 2259 2319 2349 0019 0049 0119 0149 0219 Portland (Ripcroft) 52 12 32 2232 2248 2305 2325 2355 0025 0055 0125 0155 0225 Notes: FN - Friday nights only Times in grey are approximate timings only - you are advised to be at the bus stop several minutes before the times shown Additional journey schooldays only: Weymouth College (1720), King’s Statue (1725), Wyke Regis Smugglers (1738), Portland Victoria Square (1748), Easton Square (1758) and Portland Ripcroft (1806) © p1ndar Then every 7or8 mins until Then every 20 mins at until traveline - 0871 200 22 33 (calls from landlines cost 10p per min) First in Dorset & South Somerset - 0870 010 60 22 Weymouth – Portland 1 LOW FLOOR BUS = MuseumsKey: = Activities = Houses and gardens For full list of attractions please see pages 14-18= Sights Views of Portland
  47. 47. Saturdays from 6 April 2014 Weymouth (King’s Statue, K4) .... .... .... 0548 0603 0617 0632 0647 0702 0717 0727 0737 0747 0757 0807 0817 0827 then 1739 Southlands (Bincleaves Road) G67 .... .... .... 0553 0608 0622 0637 0652 0707 0722 0732 0742 0752 0802 0812 0822 0832 1745 Wyke Regis (Smugglers) 0457 0527 0542 0557 0612 0626 0641 0656 0711 0726 0736 0746 0756 0806 0816 0826 0836 every 1750 Portland (Victoria Square) 0504 0534 0549 0604 0619 0633 0648 0703 0718 0733 0743 0753 0803 0813 0823 0833 0843 7or 8 1759 Fortuneswell G27 0506 0536 0551 0606 0621 0635 0650 0705 0720 0735 0745 0755 0805 0815 0825 0835 0845 1911 1801 Easton (Square) 0512 0542 0557 0612 0627 0641 0656 0711 0726 0741 0751 0801 0811 0821 0831 0841 0851 mins 1808 Portland (Ripcroft) 0519 0549 0604 0619 0634 0648 0703 0718 0733 0748 0758 0808 0818 0828 0838 0848 0858 until 1815 Weymouth (King’s Statue, K4) 1749 1759 1809 1819 1829 1839 1849 1859 1920 1940 00 20 40 2200 2220 2240 2300 Southlands (Bincleaves Road) G67 1754 1804 1814 1824 1834 1844 1854 1904 1925 1945 05 25 45 2205 2225 2243 2303 Wyke Regis (Smugglers) 1800 1810 1819 1829 1839 1849 1859 1909 1930 1950 10 30 50 2210 2230 2247 2307 Portland (Victoria Square) 1807 1817 1826 1836 1846 1856 1906 1916 1937 1957 17 37 57 until 2217 2236 2253 2313 Fortuneswell G27 1809 1819 1828 1838 1848 1858 1908 1918 1939 1959 19 39 59 2219 2237 2254 2314 Easton (Square) 1815 1825 1834 1844 1854 1904 1914 1924 1945 2005 25 45 05 2225 2242 2259 2319 Portland (Ripcroft) 1822 1832 1841 1851 1901 1911 1921 1931 1952 2012 32 52 12 2232 2248 2305 2325 Weymouth (King’s Statue, K4) 2330 0000 0030 0100 0130 0200 Southlands (Bincleaves Road) G67 2333 0003 0033 0103 0133 0203 Wyke Regis (Smugglers) 2337 0007 0037 0107 0137 0207 Portland (Victoria Square) 2343 0013 0043 0113 0143 0213 Fortuneswell G27 2344 0014 0044 0114 0144 0214 Easton (Square) 2349 0019 0049 0119 0149 0219 Portland (Ripcroft) 2355 0025 0055 0125 0155 0225 Notes: Times in grey are approximate timings only - you are advised to be at the bus stop several minutes before the times shown © p1ndar Then every 7or8 mins until traveline - 0871 200 22 33 (calls from landlines cost 10p per min) First in Dorset & South Somerset - 0870 010 60 22 Weymouth – Portland 1 LOW FLOOR BUS = MuseumsKey: = Activities = Houses and gardens For full list of attractions please see pages 14-18= Sights Then every 20 mins at until 49
  48. 48. Sundays and Public Holidays from 6 April 2014 Weymouth (King’s Statue, K4) .... .... 0642 0702 0722 0742 0757 0812 0827 0842 0857 0912 0927 0937 0947 0957 1006 1015 1023 Southlands (Bincleaves Road) G67 .... .... 0647 0707 0727 0747 0802 0817 0832 0847 0902 0917 0932 0942 0952 1002 1011 1020 1028 Wyke Regis (Smugglers) 0541 0621 0651 0711 0731 0751 0806 0821 0836 0851 0906 0921 0936 0946 0956 1006 1015 1024 1032 Portland (Victoria Square) 0548 0628 0658 0718 0738 0758 0813 0828 0843 0858 0913 0928 0943 0953 1003 1013 1022 1031 1041 Fortuneswell G27 0550 0630 0700 0720 0740 0800 0815 0830 0845 0900 0915 0930 0945 0955 1005 1015 1024 1033 1043 Easton (Square) 0556 0636 0706 0726 0746 0806 0821 0836 0851 0906 0921 0936 0951 1001 1011 1021 1030 1040 1050 Portland (Ripcroft) 0603 0643 0713 0733 0753 0813 0828 0843 0858 0913 0928 0943 0958 1008 1018 1028 1038 1048 1058 Weymouth (King’s Statue, K4) 30 40 50 00 10 20 1700 1715 1730 1745 1800 1815 1830 1845 1900 1920 1940 Southlands (Bincleaves Road) G67 36 46 56 06 16 26 1706 1721 1736 1751 1805 1820 1835 1850 1905 1925 1945 Wyke Regis (Smugglers) 41 51 01 11 21 31 1711 1726 1741 1756 1810 1825 1840 1855 1910 1930 1950 Portland (Victoria Square) 50 00 10 20 30 40 1720 1735 1750 1805 1817 1832 1847 1902 1917 1937 1957 Fortuneswell G27 1809 52 02 12 22 32 42 1722 1737 1752 1807 1819 1834 1849 1904 1919 1939 1959 Easton (Square) 59 09 19 29 39 49 1729 1744 1759 1813 1825 1840 1855 1910 1925 1945 2005 Portland (Ripcroft) 07 17 27 37 47 57 1737 1752 1807 1820 1832 1847 1902 1917 1932 1952 2012 Weymouth (King’s Statue, K4) 2000 2020 2040 2100 2120 2140 2200 2220 2240 2300 2330 Southlands (Bincleaves Road) G67 2005 2025 2045 2105 2125 2145 2205 2225 2243 2303 2333 Wyke Regis (Smugglers) 2010 2030 2050 2110 2130 2150 2210 2230 2247 2307 2337 Portland (Victoria Square) 2017 2037 2057 2117 2137 2157 2217 2236 2253 2313 2343 Fortuneswell G27 2019 2039 2059 2119 2139 2159 2219 2237 2254 2314 2344 Easton (Square) 2025 2045 2105 2125 2145 2205 2225 2242 2259 2319 2349 Portland (Ripcroft) 2032 2052 2112 2132 2152 2212 2232 2248 2305 2325 2355 Notes: Times in grey are approximate timings only - you are advised to be at the bus stop several minutes before the times shown © p1ndar Then every 10 mins at until traveline - 0871 200 22 33 (calls from landlines cost 10p per min) First in Dorset & South Somerset - 0870 010 60 22 Weymouth – Portland 1 = MuseumsKey: = Activities = Houses and gardens For full list of attractions please see pages 14-18= Sights LOW FLOOR BUS 50
  49. 49. Mondays to Fridays (except Public Holidays) from 6 April 2014 Notes: DR DR DR DR DR DR Portland (Ripcroft) 0502 0522 0542 0602 0617 0632 0647 0658 0706 0714 0723 0732 1844 1853 1900 1907 1917 1924 Easton (Square) 0511 0531 0551 0611 0626 0641 0656 0707 0715 0723 0733 0742 1854 1902 1909 1916 1926 1933 Portland (Victoria Square) 0518 0538 0558 0618 0633 0648 0703 0714 0723 0731 0741 0750 7 8 1901 1909 1916 1923 1933 1940 Wyke Regis (Smugglers) 0525 0545 0605 0625 0640 0655 0710 0721 0732 0740 0750 0759 1908 1916 1923 1930 1940 1947 Southlands (Bincleaves Road) G67 0529 0549 0609 0629 0644 0659 0715 0727 0738 0746 0756 0805 1912 1920 1927 1934 1944 1951 Commercial Road a 0534 0554 0614 0634 0649 0704 0720 0734 0745 0753 0803 0812 1917 1925 1932 1939 1949 1956 Weymouth (King’s Statue) 0536 0556 0616 0636 0651 0706 0723 0737 0748 0756 0806 0815 1920 1928 1935 1942 1952 1959 Notes: FN FN FN Portland (Ripcroft) 1934 52 12 32 2212 2232 2248 2305 2325 2355 0025 0055 0125 0155 0225 Easton (Square) 1943 01 21 41 2221 2240 2256 2313 2333 0003 0033 0103 0133 0203 0233 Portland (Victoria Square) 1950 then 08 28 48 until 2228 2246 2302 2319 2339 0009 0039 0109 0139 0209 0239 Wyke Regis (Smugglers) 1957 at 15 35 55 2235 2252 2308 2325 2345 0015 0045 0115 0145 0215 0245 Southlands (Bincleaves Road) G67 2001 19 39 59 2238 2255 2311 2328 2348 0018 0048 0118 0148 0218 0248 Commercial Road a 2006 24 44 04 2241 2258 2314 2331R2351 0021 0051 0121 0151 0221R 0251R Weymouth (King’s Statue) 2009 27 47 07 2243 2300 2316 2333R2353 0023 0053 0123 0153 0223R0253R Notes: FN - Friday nights only DR - Through service to Dorchester R - Sets down at Commercial Road and King’s Statue by request Times in grey are approximate timings only - you are advised to be at the bus stop several minutes before the times shown Additional journey schooldays only: Portland Ripcroft (0750), Easton Square (0800), Victoria Square (0808), Wyke Regis Smugglers (0817), Commercial Road (0830), King’s Statue (0833) and Weymouth College (0838) © p1ndar traveline - 0871 200 22 33 (calls from landlines cost 10p per min) First in Dorset & South Somerset - 0870 010 60 22 Portland – Weymouth 1 = MuseumsKey: = Activities = Houses and gardens For full list of attractions please see pages 14-18= Sights LOW FLOOR BUS Then every 7or8 mins until Then every 20 mins at until Portland Harbour 51
  50. 50. Saturdays from 6 April 2014 Portland (Ripcroft) 0519 0549 0604 0619 0634 0649 0704 0719 0734 0749 0759 0809 0819 0829 0839 0849 0859 1842 Easton (Square) 0528 0558 0613 0628 0643 0658 0713 0728 0743 0758 0808 0818 0828 0838 0848 0858 0908 1851 Portland (Victoria Square) 0535 0605 0620 0635 0650 0705 0720 0735 0750 0805 0815 0825 0835 0845 0855 0905 0915 1858 Wyke Regis (Smugglers) 0542 0612 0627 0642 0657 0712 0727 0742 0757 0812 0822 0832 0842 0852 0902 0912 0922 1905 Southlands (Bincleaves Road) G67 0546 0616 0631 0646 0701 0716 0731 0746 0801 0816 0826 0836 0856 0906 0916 0926 0935 1909 Commercial Road a 0551 0621 0636 0651 0706 0721 0736 0751 0806 0821 0831 0841 0851 0901 0911 0921 0931 1914 Weymouth (King’s Statue) 0553 0623 0638 0653 0708 0723 0738 0753 0808 0823 0833 0843 0853 0903 0913 0923 0934 1917 Portland (Ripcroft) 1852 1902 1912 1922 1932 52 12 32 2152 2212 2232 2248 2305 2325 2355 0225 Easton (Square) 1901 1911 1921 1931 1941 01 21 41 2201 2221 2240 2256 2313 2333 0003 0233 Portland (Victoria Square) 1908 1918 1928 1938 1948 then 08 28 48 until 2208 2228 2246 2302 2319 2339 0009 0239 Wyke Regis (Smugglers) 1915 1925 1935 1945 1955 at 15 35 55 2215 2235 2252 2308 2325 2345 0015 0245 Southlands (Bincleaves Road) G67 1919 1929 1939 1949 1959 19 39 59 2219 2238 2255 2311 2328 2348 0018 0248 Commercial Road a 1924 1934 1944 1954 2004 24 44 04 2224 2241 2258 2314 2331 2351 0021 0251 Weymouth (King’s Statue) 1927 1937 1947 1957 2007 27 47 07 2227 2243 2300 2316 2333 2353 0023 0253 Notes: Times in grey are approximate timings only - you are advised to be at the bus stop several minutes before the times shown © p1ndar traveline - 0871 200 22 33 (calls from landlines cost 10p per min) First in Dorset & South Somerset - 0870 010 60 22 Portland – Weymouth 1 = MuseumsKey: = Activities = Houses and gardens For full list of attractions please see pages 14-18= Sights LOW FLOOR BUS Then every 7or8 mins until Then every 20 mins at until Then every 30 mins until 52
  51. 51. Sundays and Public Holidays from 6 April 2014 Portland (Ripcroft) 0603 0643 0713 0733 0753 0813 0828 0843 0858 0913 0928 0943 0958 1008 1018 1028 1038 1048 1058 Easton (Square) 0612 0652 0722 0742 0802 0822 0837 0852 0907 0922 0937 0952 1007 1017 1027 1037 1048 1058 1108 Portland (Victoria Square) 0619 0659 0729 0749 0809 0829 0844 0859 0914 0929 0944 0959 1014 1024 1034 1045 1056 1106 1116 Wyke Regis (Smugglers) 0626 0706 0736 0756 0816 0836 0851 0906 0921 0936 0951 1006 1021 1031 1042 1053 1104 1114 1124 Southlands (Bincleaves Road) G67 0630 0710 0740 0800 0820 0840 0855 0910 0925 0940 0955 1010 1025 1036 1047 1058 1109 1119 1129 Commercial Road a 0635 0715 0745 0805 0825 0845 0900 0915 0930 0945 1000 1015 1030 1042 1053 1104 1115 1125 1135 Weymouth (King’s Statue) 0637 0717 0747 0807 0827 0847 0902 0917 0932 0947 1002 1017 1033 1045 1056 1107 1118 1128 1138 Portland (Ripcroft) then 08 18 28 38 48 58 1728 1738 1753 1808 1821 1833 1848 1902 1917 1932 1952 Easton (Square) every 18 28 38 48 58 08 1738 1748 1803 1817 1830 1842 1857 1911 1926 1941 2001 Portland (Victoria Square) 10 26 36 46 56 06 16 until 1746 1756 1810 1824 1837 1849 1904 1918 1933 1948 2008 Wyke Regis (Smugglers) mins 34 44 54 04 14 24 1754 1804 1817 1831 1844 1856 1911 1925 1940 1955 2015 Southlands (Bincleaves Road) G67 2001 39 49 59 09 19 29 1759 1808 1821 1835 1848 1900 1915 1929 1944 1959 2019 Commercial Road a at 45 55 05 15 25 35 1804 1813 1826 1840 1853 1905 1920 1934 1949 2004 2024 Weymouth (King’s Statue) 48 58 08 18 28 38 1807 1816 1829 1843 1856 1908 1923 1937 1952 2007 2027 Portland (Ripcroft) 2012 2032 2052 2112 2132 2152 2212 2232 2248 2305 2325 2355 Easton (Square) 2021 2041 2101 2121 2141 2201 2221 2240 2256 2313 2333 0003 Portland (Victoria Square) 2028 2048 2108 2128 2148 2208 2228 2246 2302 2319 2339 0009 Wyke Regis (Smugglers) 2035 2055 2115 2135 2155 2215 2235 2252 2308 2325 2345 0015 Southlands (Bincleaves Road) G67 2039 2059 2119 2139 2159 2219 2238 2255 2311 2328 2348 0018 Commercial Road a 2044 2104 2124 2144 2204 2224 2241 2258 2314 2331 2351 0021 Weymouth (King’s Statue) 2047 2107 2127 2147 2207 2227 2243 2300 2316 2333 2353 0023 Notes: Times in grey are approximate timings only - you are advised to be at the bus stop several minutes before the times shown © p1ndar Then every 10 mins at until traveline - 0871 200 22 33 (calls from landlines cost 10p per min) First in Dorset & South Somerset - 0870 010 60 22 Portland – Weymouth 1 = MuseumsKey: = Activities = Houses and gardens For full list of attractions please see pages 14-18= Sights LOW FLOOR BUS 53
  52. 52. 54 Mondays to Fridays (except Public Holidays) from 6 April 2014 Service: 4 4 4 4 4A 4 4 4A 4A 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Weymouth (King’s Statue, K1) .... .... 0700 0720 0740 00 20 40 1740 1800 1830 1900 1930 2000 2030 2100 2130 Chalbury Corner 0631 0651 0709 0729 0749 then 09 29 49 1749 1809 1839 1908 1938 2008 2038 2108 2138 Preston (Seven Acres Road) 0637 0657 0715 0735 .... at 15 35 .. until .... 1815 1845 1913 1943 2013 2043 2113 2143 Preston (Spice Ship) .... .... .... .... 0752 .. .. 52 1752 .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... Sutton Poyntz (Silver Street) .... .... .... .... 0755 .. .. 55 1755 .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... Service: 4 4 4 Weymouth (King’s Statue, K1) 2200 2230 2300 Chalbury Corner 2208 2238 2308 Preston (Seven Acres Road) 2213 2243 2313 Saturdays from 6 April 2014 Service: 4 4 4A 4 4 4A 4A 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Weymouth (King’s Statue, K1) .... .... 0740 00 20 40 1740 1800 1830 1900 1930 2000 2030 2100 2130 2200 2230 Chalbury Corner 0711 0731 0749 and 09 29 49 1749 1809 1839 1908 1938 2008 2038 2108 2138 2208 2238 Preston (Seven Acres Road) 0717 0737 .... then 15 35 .. until .... 1815 1845 1913 1943 2013 2043 2113 2143 2213 2243 Preston (Spice Ship) .... .... 0752 at .. .. 52 1752 .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... Sutton Poyntz (Silver Street) .... .... 0755 .. .. 55 1755 .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... Service: 4 Weymouth (King’s Statue, K1) 2300 Chalbury Corner 2308 Preston (Seven Acres Road) 2313 Sundays and Public Holidays from 6 April 2014 Service: 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Weymouth (King’s Statue, K1) 0850 0920 0950 and 20 50 1720 1750 1820 1850 1920 Chalbury Corner 0858 0928 0958 then 28 58 until 1729 1759 1828 1858 1928 Preston (Seven Acres Road) 0903 0933 1003 at 33 03 1735 1805 1833 1903 1933 Then at these mins past until Then at these mins past until Then at these mins past until traveline - 0871 200 22 33 (calls from landlines cost 10p per min) First in Dorset & South Somerset - 0870 010 60 22 Weymouth – Preston – Sutton Poyntz via Overcombe Corner 4 •4A
  53. 53. © p1ndar Mondays to Fridays (except Public Holidays) from 6 April 2014 Service: 4 4 4 4 4A 4 4 4A 4 4 4 4A 4 4 4 4 4 Sutton Poyntz (Silver Street) .... .... .... .... 0755 .... .... 55 .. .. .... 1755 .... .... .... .... .... Preston (Spice Ship) .... .... .... .... 0758 .... .... 58 .. .. .... 1758 .... .... .... .... .... Preston (Seven Acres Road) 0637 0657 0717 0737 .... 0817 0837 then .. 17 37 until 1737 .... 1815 1845 1913 1943 2013 Chalbury Corner 0641 0701 0721 0741 0801 0821 0841 at 01 21 41 1741 1801 1819 1849 1917 1947 2017 Weymouth (King’s Statue) 0650 0710 0730 0750 0810 0830 0850 10 30 50 1750 1810 1828 1857 1925 1955 2025 Service: 4 4 4 4 4 4 Preston (Seven Acres Road) 2043 2113 2143 2213 2243 2313 Chalbury Corner 2047 2117 2147 2217 2247 2317 Weymouth (King’s Statue) 2055 2125 2155 2225 2255 2325 Saturdays from 6 April 2014 Service: 4 4 4A 4 4 4A 4 4 4A 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Sutton Poyntz (Silver Street) .... .... 0755 .. .. 55 .... .... 1751 .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... Preston (Spice Ship) .... .... 0758 and .. .. 58 .... .... 1758 .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... Preston (Seven Acres Road) 0717 0737 .... then 17 37 .. until 1717 1737 .... 1815 1845 1913 1943 2013 2043 2113 2143 Chalbury Corner 0721 0741 0801 at 21 41 01 1721 1741 1801 1819 1849 1917 1947 2017 2047 2117 2147 Weymouth (King’s Statue) 0730 0750 0810 30 50 10 1730 1750 1810 1828 1857 1925 1955 2025 2055 2125 2155 Service: 4 4 4 Preston (Seven Acres Road) 2213 2243 2313 Chalbury Corner 2217 2247 2317 Weymouth (King’s Statue) 2225 2255 2325 Sundays and Public Holidays from 6 April 2014 Service: 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Preston (Seven Acres Road) 0903 0933 1003 1033 and 05 35 1805 1833 1903 1933 Chalbury Corner 0907 0937 1007 1037 then 09 39 until 1809 1837 1907 1937 Weymouth (King’s Statue) 0915 0945 1015 1045 at 18 48 1817 1845 1915 1945 Then at these mins past until Then at these mins past until Then at these mins past until traveline - 0871 200 22 33 (calls from landlines cost 10p per min) First in Dorset & South Somerset - 0870 010 60 22 Sutton Poyntz – Preston – Weymouth via Overcombe Corner 4 •4A 55
  54. 54. Mondays to Fridays (except Public Holidays) from 6 April 2014 Weymouth (Debenhams, D1) .... 0639 .... 0716 .... 0745 0801 0817 0833 0849 0905 20 35 50 05 1505 1520 Weymouth (Asda) .... 0643 .... 0720 .... 0749 0805 0821 0837 0853 0909 24 39 54 09 1509 1526 Fiveways 0613 0648 0709 0725 0739 0755 0811 0827 0843 0859 0915 31 46 01 16 1516 1532 Marquis of Granby G34 0613 0648 0709 0725 0739 0755 0811 0827 0843 0859 0915 31 46 01 16 1516 1532 Charlestown (Army Camp) G10 0615 0650 0711 0727 0742 0758 0814 0830 0846 0902 0918 34 49 04 19 1519 1535 Chickerell (East Street) 0619 0654 0715 0731 0747 0803 0819 0835 0851 0907 0923 39 54 09 24 1524 1541 Weymouth (Debenhams, D1) 1535 1551 1609 1625 1642 1659 1715 1732 1750 1806 1822 1843 1915 15 2315 Weymouth (Asda) 1541 1557 1615 1631 1648 1705 1721 1738 1756 1812 1828 1849 1919 19 2319 Westham (Devon Road) .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... 1926 26 2326 Fiveways 1547 1603 1621 1637 1654 1711 1727 1744 1802 1818 1834 1855 1931 31 2331 Marquis of Granby G34 1547 1603 1621 1637 1654 1711 1727 1744 1802 1818 1834 1855 1931 31 2331 Charlestown (Army Camp) G10 1550 1606 1624 1640 1657 1714 1730 1747 1805 1821 1837 1858 1933 33 2333 Chickerell (East Street) 1556 1612 1630 1646 1703 1720 1736 1753 1811 1827 1843 1904 1937 37 2337 Saturdays from 6 April 2014 Weymouth (Debenhams, D1) .... .... 0709 0729 0749 0809 0824 0839 0854 0909 0924 35 50 05 20 1505 1520 Weymouth (Asda) .... .... 0713 0733 0753 0813 0828 0843 0858 0913 0928 39 54 09 24 1508 1523 Fiveways 0638 0658 0718 0738 0758 0818 0833 0848 0903 0918 0933 46 01 16 31 1516 1632 Marquis of Granby G34 0638 0658 0718 0738 0758 0818 0833 0848 0903 0918 0933 46 01 16 31 1516 1632 Charlestown (Army Camp) G10 0640 0700 0720 0740 0800 0820 0835 0850 0905 0920 0935 49 04 19 34 1519 1635 Chickerell (East Street) 0644 0704 0724 0744 0804 0824 0839 0854 0909 0924 0939 54 09 24 39 1524 1641 Weymouth (Debenhams, D1) 1535 1551 1609 1625 1642 1659 1715 1732 1750 1806 1822 1843 1915 15 2315 Weymouth (Asda) 1541 1557 1615 1631 1648 1705 1721 1738 1756 1812 1828 1849 1919 19 2319 Westham (Devon Road) .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... 1926 26 2326 Fiveways 1547 1603 1621 1637 1654 1711 1727 1744 1802 1818 1834 1855 1931 31 2331 Marquis of Granby G34 1547 1603 1621 1637 1654 1711 1727 1744 1802 1818 1834 1855 1931 31 2331 Charlestown (Army Camp) G10 1550 1606 1624 1640 1657 1714 1730 1747 1805 1821 1837 1858 1933 33 2333 Chickerell (East Street) 1556 1612 1630 1646 1703 1720 1736 1753 1811 1827 1843 1904 1937 37 2337 Then at these mins until Then at these mins until Then at these mins past until Then at these mins past until traveline - 0871 200 22 33 (calls from landlines cost 10p per min) First in Dorset & South Somerset - 0870 010 60 22 Weymouth – Chickerell via Newstead Road, Fiveways and Charlestown 8 = MuseumsKey: = Activities = Houses and gardens For full list of attractions please see pages 14-18= Sights For an explanation of times in grey please see page 58 56
  55. 55. 57 Mondays to Fridays (except Public Holidays) from 6 April 2014 Chickerell (East Street) 0619 0654 0715 0731 0747 0803 0819 0835 0851 0907 0923 39 54 09 24 1509 1524 Charlestown (Army Camp) G10 0622 0657 0718 0735 0751 0807 0823 0839 0855 0911 0927 then 43 58 13 28 1513 1529 Marquis of Granby G34 0624 0659 0720 0738 0754 0810 0826 0842 0858 0914 0930 then 46 01 16 31 1516 1531 Fiveways 0625 0700 0721 0739 0755 0811 0827 0843 0859 0915 0931 then 47 02 17 32 1517 1533 Weymouth (Asda) 0630 0705 0726 0746 0802 0818 0834 0850 0906 0922 0938 at 54 09 24 39 until 1524 1540 Commercial Road a 0634 0709 0730 0752 0808 0824 0840 0856 0912 0928 0943 59 14 29 44 1529 1545 Weymouth (Debenhams) 0636 0711 0732 0754 0810 0826 0842 0858 0914 0930 0945 01 16 31 46 1531 1547 Chickerell (East Street) 1541 1556 1612 1630 1646 1703 1720 1736 1753 1811 1827 1843 1904 1937 37 2337 Charlestown (Army Camp) G10 1546 1601 1617 1635 1651 1708 1725 1741 1758 1816 1832 1848 1907 1940 40 2340 Marquis of Granby G34 1548 1603 1619 1637 1653 1710 1727 1743 1800 1818 1834 1850 1909 1942 42 2342 Fiveways 1550 1605 1621 1639 1655 1712 1729 1745 1802 1820 1836 1852 1910 1943 then 43 2343 Weymouth (Asda) 1557 1612 1628 1646 1702 1719 1736 1752 1809 1827 1843 1859 1915 1948 at 48 until 2348 Commercial Road a 1602 1617 1633 1651 1707 1724 1741 1757 1814 1832 1848 1904 1919 1952 52 2352 Weymouth (Debenhams) 1604 1619 1635 1653 1709 1726 1743 1759 1816 1834 1850 1906 1921 1954 54 2354 Saturdays from 6 April 2014 Chickerell (East Street) 0644 0704 0724 0744 0804 0824 0839 0854 0909 0924 39 54 09 24 1509 1524 1541 Charlestown (Army Camp) G10 0647 0707 0727 0747 0807 0827 0842 0857 0912 0927 43 58 13 28 1513 1529 1546 Marquis of Granby G34 0649 0709 0729 0749 0809 0829 0843 0859 0914 0929 46 01 16 31 1516 1531 1548 Fiveways 0650 0710 0730 0750 0810 0830 0845 0900 0915 0930 then 47 02 17 32 1517 1533 1550 Weymouth (Asda) 0655 0715 0735 0755 0815 0835 0850 0905 0920 0935 at 54 09 24 39 until 1524 1540 1557 Commercial Road a 0659 0719 0739 0759 0819 0839 0854 0909 0924 0939 59 14 29 44 1529 1545 1602 Weymouth (Debenhams) 0701 0721 0741 0801 0821 0841 0856 0911 0926 0941 01 16 31 46 1531 1547 1604 Chickerell (East Street) 1556 1612 1630 1646 1703 1720 1736 1753 1811 1827 1843 1904 1937 37 2337 Charlestown (Army Camp) G10 1601 1617 1635 1651 1708 1725 1741 1758 1816 1832 1848 1907 1940 40 2340 Marquis of Granby G34 1603 1619 1637 1653 1710 1727 1743 1800 1818 1834 1850 1909 1942 42 2342 Fiveways 1605 1621 1639 1655 1712 1729 1745 1802 1820 1836 1852 1910 1943 then 43 2343 Weymouth (Asda) 1612 1628 1646 1702 1719 1736 1752 1809 1827 1843 1859 1915 1948 at 48 until 2348 Commercial Road a 1617 1633 1651 1707 1724 1741 1757 1814 1832 1848 1904 1919 1952 52 2352 Weymouth (Debenhams) 1619 1635 1653 1709 1726 1743 1759 1816 1834 1850 1906 1921 1954 54 2354 Then at these mins past until Then at these mins past until Then at these mins past until Chickerell – Weymouth via Charlestown, Fiveways and Newstead Road 8 = MuseumsKey: = Activities = Houses and gardens For full list of attractions please see pages 14-18= Sights traveline - 0871 200 22 33 (calls from landlines cost 10p per min) First in Dorset & South Somerset - 0870 010 60 22 Then at these mins past until For an explanation of times in grey please see page 58
  56. 56. Sunday and Public Holidays from 6 April 2014 Weymouth (Debenhams, D1) .... 0913 0938 1000 1030 00 30 1600 1630 1700 1730 1800 1830 Weymouth (Asda) .... 0917 0942 1004 1034 04 34 1604 1634 1704 1734 1804 1834 Fiveways 0852 0922 0947 1011 1041 11 41 1611 1641 1711 1741 1809 1839 Marquis of Granby G34 0852 0922 0947 1011 1041 11 41 1611 1641 1711 1741 1809 1839 Charlestown (Army Camp) G10 0854 0924 0949 1014 1044 14 44 1614 1644 1714 1744 1811 1841 Chickerell (East Street) 0858 0928 0953 1019 1049 19 49 1619 1649 1719 1749 1815 1845 Sunday and Public Holidays from 6 April 2014 Chickerell (East Street) 0858 0928 0953 19 49 1619 1649 1719 1749 1815 1845 Charlestown (Army Camp) G10 0901 0931 0956 23 53 1623 1653 1723 1753 1818 1848 Marquis of Granby G34 0903 0933 0958 26 56 1626 1656 1726 1756 1820 1850 Fiveways 0904 0934 0959 then 27 57 1627 1657 1727 1757 1821 1851 Weymouth (Asda) 0909 0939 1004 at 34 04 until 1634 1704 1734 1804 1826 1856 Commercial Road a 0913 0943 1008 39 09 1639 1709 1739 1809 1830 1900 Weymouth (Debenhams) 0915 0945 1010 41 11 1641 1711 1741 1811 1832 1902 Notes: Times in grey are approximate timings only - you are advised to be at the bus stop several minutes before the times shown Then at these mins until traveline - 0871 200 22 33 (calls from landlines cost 10p per min) First in Dorset & South Somerset - 0870 010 60 22 Weymouth – Chickerell via Newstead Road, Fiveways and Charlestown 8 = MuseumsKey: = Activities = Houses and gardens For full list of attractions please see pages 14-18= Sights Then at these mins past until 58
  57. 57. 59 Mondays to Saturdays (except Public Holidays) from 6 April 2014 Weymouth (King’s Statue, K3) 0600 0619 0638 0653 0721 0740 0757 0812 0827 0842 0900 0915 30 45 00 15 1500 Radipole (Spa Hotel) 0605 0624 0643 0658 0727 0746 0803 0818 0833 0848 0906 0921 36 51 06 21 1506 Upwey (Elwell Street) 0612 0631 0650 0705 0736 0755 0812 0827 0842 0857 0915 0929 44 59 14 29 1514 Dorchester (Trinity Street)G(see list in box) 0623 0642 0701 0716 0751 0810 0827 0842 0857 0912 0928 0942 57 12 27 42 1527 Weymouth (King’s Statue, K3) 1515 1530 1545 1600 1616 1632 1647 1702 1718 1733 1749 1805 1820 1835 1930 2030 2130 2230 2330 Radipole (Spa Hotel) 1522 1537 1552 1607 1623 1639 1654 1709 1725 1740 1756 1812 1827 1842 1935 2035 2135 2235 2335 Upwey (Elwell Street) 1532 1547 1602 1617 1633 1649 1704 1719 1735 1750 1806 1822 1837 1852 1942 2042 2142 2242 2342 Dorchester (Trinity Street)G(see list in box) 1545 1600 1615 1630 1646 1702 1717 1732 1748 1803 1819 1835 1850 1903 1953 2053 2153 2253 2353 Saturdays from 6 April 2014 Weymouth (King’s Statue, K3) 0611 0641 0710 0745 0815 0845 0900 0915 0930 0945 00 15 30 45 1700 1715 1730 Radipole (Spa Hotel) 0616 0646 0715 0750 0820 0851 0906 0921 0936 0951 06 21 36 51 1706 1721 1736 Upwey (Elwell Street) 0624 0654 0723 0758 0828 0859 0914 0929 0944 0959 14 29 44 59 1714 1729 1744 Dorchester (Trinity Street)G(see list in box) 0635 0705 0734 0809 0839 0912 0927 0942 0957 1012 27 42 57 12 1727 1742 1757 Weymouth (King’s Statue, K3) 1800 1830 1930 2030 2130 2230 2330 Radipole (Spa Hotel) 1805 1835 1935 2035 2135 2235 2335 Upwey (Elwell Street) 1813 1843 1943 2043 2143 2243 2343 Dorchester (Trinity Street)G(see list in box) 1824 1854 1954 2054 2154 2254 2354 Sundays and Public Holidays from 6 April 2014 Weymouth (King’s Statue, K3) 0700 0800 0900 0930 1000 1030 1100 1130 00 30 1600 1630 1700 1800 1900 Radipole (Spa Hotel) 0705 0805 0905 0935 1005 1035 1106 1136 06 36 1606 1636 1705 1805 1905 Upwey (Elwell Street) 0713 0813 0913 0943 1013 1043 1114 1144 14 44 1614 1644 1713 1813 1913 Dorchester (Trinity Street)G(see list in box) 0724 0824 0924 0954 1024 1054 1127 1157 27 57 1627 1657 1724 1824 1924 Notes: Times in grey are approximate timings only - you are advised to be at the bus stop several minutes before the times shown Then at these mins until Then at these mins until Then at these mins until traveline - 0871 200 22 33 (calls from landlines cost 10p per min) First in Dorset & South Somerset - 0870 010 60 22 Weymouth – Dorchester via Radipole, Broadwey and Upwey 10 LOW FLOOR BUS = MuseumsKey: = Activities = Houses and gardens For full list of attractions please see pages14-18= Sights G- Dorchester attractions G22 G56 G65 G83 G85 G86 G87 G89 Please see Dorchester town map on page 31 for most convenient stop
  58. 58. Mondays to Saturdays (except Public Holidays) from 6 April 2014 Dorchester (Trinity Street)G(see list in box) 0623 0642 0701 0716 0753 0812 0829 0844 0859 0914 0930 44 59 14 29 1444 1459 Dorchester (County Hospital) 0628 0647 0706 0723 0800 0819 0836 0851 0906 0921 0936 50 05 20 35 1450 1505 Dorchester (Tesco) 0633 0652 0711 0731 0808 0827 0844 0859 0914 0929 0944 58 13 28 43 1458 1513 Upwey (Elwell Street) 0640 0659 0718 0740 0817 0836 0853 0908 0923 0937 0952 06 21 36 51 1506 1521 Radipole (Spa Hotel) 0647 0706 0726 0748 0825 0844 0901 0916 0930 0944 0959 13 28 43 58 1513 1529 Weymouth (King’s Statue, K3) 0653 0712 0734 0756 0833 0852 0909 0923 0937 0951 1006 20 35 50 05 1520 1536 Dorchester (Trinity Street)G(see list in box) 1514 1529 1547 1602 1617 1632 1648 1704 1719 1734 1750 1805 1821 1837 1851 1905 1955 2355 Dorchester (County Hospital) 1520 1536 1554 1609 1624 1639 1655 1711 1726 1741 1757 1812 1828 1844 1856 1910 2000 0000 Dorchester (Tesco) 1529 1545 1603 1618 1633 1648 1704 1720 1735 1750 1806 1821 1837 1853 1901 1915 2005 0005 Upwey (Elwell Street) 1538 1554 1612 1627 1642 1657 1713 1729 1744 1759 1815 1830 1846 1900 1908 1922 2012 0012 Radipole (Spa Hotel) 1546 1602 1620 1635 1650 1705 1721 1737 1752 1807 1823 1838 1853 1907 1915 1929 2019 0019 Weymouth (King’s Statue, K3) 1553 1609 1627 1642 1657 1712 1728 1744 1759 1814 1830 1845 1859 1913 1921 1935 2025 0025 Saturdays from 6 April 2014 Dorchester (Trinity Street)G(see list in box) 0636 0706 0737 0810 0841 0914 0929 0944 0959 14 29 44 59 1714 1729 1744 1759 Dorchester (County Hospital) 0641 0711 0742 0815 0847 0920 0935 0950 1005 20 35 50 05 1720 1735 1750 1805 Dorchester (Tesco) 0646 0716 0747 0820 0855 0928 0943 0958 1013 28 43 58 13 1728 1743 1758 1810 Upwey (Elwell Street) 0653 0723 0754 0827 0903 0936 0951 1006 1021 36 51 06 21 1736 1751 1806 1817 Radipole (Spa Hotel) 0700 0730 0801 0834 0910 0943 0958 1013 1028 43 58 13 28 1743 1758 1813 1824 Weymouth (King’s Statue, K3) 0706 0736 0807 0841 0917 0950 1005 1020 1035 50 05 20 35 1750 1805 1819 1830 Dorchester (Trinity Street)G(see list in box) 1825 1855 1955 2055 2155 2255 2354 Dorchester (County Hospital) 1830 1900 2000 2100 2200 2300 2359 Dorchester (Tesco) 1835 1905 2005 2105 2205 2305 0004 Upwey (Elwell Street) 1842 1912 2012 2112 2212 2312 0011 Radipole (Spa Hotel) 1849 1919 2019 2119 2219 2319 0018 Weymouth (King’s Statue, K3) 1855 1925 2025 2125 2225 2325 0024 Sundays and Public Holidays from 6 April 2014 Dorchester (Trinity Street)G(see list in box) 0725 0825 0925 0955 1025 1055 1129 1159 29 59 1629 1659 1725 1825 1925 Dorchester (County Hospital) 0730 0830 0930 1000 1030 1100 1135 1205 35 05 1635 1705 1730 1830 1930 Dorchester (Tesco) 0735 0835 0935 1005 1035 1108 1143 1213 43 13 1643 1710 1735 1835 1935 Upwey (Elwell Street) 0742 0842 0942 1012 1042 1116 1151 1221 51 21 1651 1717 1742 1842 1942 Radipole (Spa Hotel) 0749 0849 0949 1019 1049 1123 1158 1228 58 28 1658 1724 1749 1849 1949 Weymouth (King’s Statue, K3) 0755 0855 0955 1025 1055 1130 1205 1235 05 35 1705 1730 1755 1855 1955 traveline - 0871 200 22 33 (calls from landlines cost 10p per min) First in Dorset & South Somerset - 0870 010 60 22 Dorchester – Weymouth via Upwey, Broadwey and Radipole 10 LOW FLOOR BUS = MuseumsKey: = Activities = Houses and gardens For full list of attractions please see pages14-18= Sights Then every 60 mins until Then at these mins past the hour until Then at these mins past the hour until Then at these mins past the hour until G- Dorchester attractions G22 G56 G65 G83 G85 G86 G87 G89 Please see Dorchester town map on page 31 for most convenient stop Notes: Times in grey are approximate timings only - you are advised to be at the bus stop several minutes before the times shown 60
  59. 59. 61 Mondays to Fridays (except Public Holidays) from 25 May 2014 Notes: NSch Notes: NSch Weymouth (King’s Statue, K3) 0804 0930 1130 1500 Dorchester (Trinity Street) G(see list below) 0835 1000 1200 1529 Chalbury Corner 0813 0939 1139 1509 Dorchester (Williams Avenue) 0839 1004 1204 1533 Littlemoor (Shops) 0817 0943 1143 1513 Dorchester (Tesco) 0843 1008 1208 1537 Dorchester (Trinity Street) G(see list below) 0833 0959 1159 1529 Opposite Littlemoor (Shops) 0856 1021 1221 1550 Chalbury Corner 0900 1025 1225 1554 Weymouth (King’s Statue) 0910 1035 1235 1604 Notes: NSch - Mondays to Fridays during Dorset school holidays only No service on Saturdays, Sundays or Public Holidays traveline - 0871 200 22 33 (calls from landlines cost 10p per min) First in Dorset & South Somerset - 0870 010 60 22 Weymouth – Dorchester 14 = MuseumsKey: = Activities = Houses and gardens For full list of attractions please see pages 14-18= Sights Please note - this service commences 25 May 2014. For times before this date please contact the operator. G- Dorchester attractions - please see Dorchester town map on page 31 for most convenient stop G22 G56 G65 G83 G85 G86 G87 G89
  60. 60. © Pindar Creative Daily from Saturday 26 July until Sunday 31 August 2014 Dorchester (Trinity Street, C2) 0910 .... .... .... Swanage (Bus Station) ᵮ 0940 1140 1440 1640 Dorchester (Brewery Square) 0915 .... .... .... Herston (Cross) 0946 1146 1446 1646 Radipole (Spa Hotel) 0926 .... .... .... Harman’s Cross 0952 1152 1452 1652 Weymouth (King’s Statue, K5) arr 0933 .... .... .... Corfe Castle (East Street) ᵮ G19 G20 G82 0958 1158 1458 1658 Weymouth (King’s Statue, K5) dep 0940 1140 1440 1640 Norden (Park & Ride) ᵮ G82 1001 1201 1501 1701 Preston (Spice Ship) 0952 1152 1452 1652 Stoborough Green 1005 1205 1505 1705 Osmington (Village) 0955 1155 1455 1655 Wareham (South Bridge) G91 1009 1209 1509 1709 Winfrith Newburgh (Red Lion/Water Lane) 1006 1206 1506 1706 Bovington (Monkey World) G53 1021 1221 1521 1721 Winfrith Newburgh (Church) 1008 1208 1508 1708 Bovington (Swinton Avenue) 1026 1226 1526 1726 Durdle Door (Main Road) G24 1015 1215 1515 1715 Bovington (Tank Museum) G13 1028 1228 1528 1728 Lulworth Cove G45 1021 1221 1521 1721 Wool (Rail Station) a arr 1033 1233 1533 1733 West Lulworth (War Memorial) 1024 1224 1524 1724 M M M M Wool (Rail Station) a arr 1040 1240 1540 1740 Wool (Rail Station) a dep 1035 1235 1535 1735 M M M M West Lulworth (War Memorial) 1051 1251 1551 1751 Wool (Rail Station) a dep 1042 1242 1542 1742 Lulworth Cove G45 1054 1254 1554 1754 Bovington (Swinton Avenue) 1047 1247 1547 1747 Durdle Door (Main Road) G24 1100 1300 1600 1800 Bovington (Tank Museum) G13 1049 1249 1549 1749 Winfrith Newburgh (Church) 1107 1307 1607 1807 Bovington (Monkey World) G53 1054 1254 1554 1754 Winfrith Newburgh (Red Lion A352) 1109 1309 1609 1809 Wareham (South Bridge) G91 1106 1306 1606 1806 Osmington (Village) 1120 1320 1620 1820 Stoborough Green 1110 1310 1610 1810 Preston (Spice Ship) 1123 1323 1623 1823 Norden (Park & Ride) ᵮ G82 1113 1313 1613 1813 Weymouth (King’s Statue, K5) arr 1135 1335 1635 1835 Corfe Castle (East Street) ᵮ G19 G20 G82 1116 1316 1616 1816 Weymouth (King’s Statue, K5) dep .... .... .... 1840 Harman’s Cross 1122 1322 1622 1822 Radipole (Spa Hotel) .... .... .... 1845 Herston (Cross) 1128 1328 1628 1828 Dorchester (Brewery Square) .... .... .... 1857 Swanage (Bus Station) ᵮ ¿ G25 G80 G81 1135 1335 1635 1835 Dorchester (Trinity Street) .... .... .... 1900 Notes: M- Guaranteed connection - passengers may remain on the bus and through fares are available ¿ - Change to bus service 5 to/from attractions G25 G80 + G81 traveline - 0871 200 22 33 (calls from landlines cost 10p per min) Damory Coaches - 01258 452545 This timetable is subject to confirmation and may possibly change prior to the commencement date. Please check with the operator before travelling. Dorchester – Weymouth – Wool – Swanage X43 LOW FLOOR BUS = MuseumsKey: = Activities = Houses and gardens For full list of attractions please see pages 14-18= Sights 19 Corfe Castle X43 serves G12 at Blue Pool Lane and G62 at Langton Matravers – consult traveline for times after 26 July 62

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