Situated comfortably in the hills of Wiltshire, Avoncliff Railway Station serves the hamlet of Avoncliff, Westwood and Winsley villages, and Turleigh hamlet. Previously a request stop only, the station is immensely popular with walkers and cyclists due to its proximity to the Avoncliff Aqueduct and picturesque locale. The station remains small but charming to this day, with two platforms long enough for 11/2 coaches each. The station features prominently elements from its history, including original waiting shelters, preserved GWR seats, and lampposts from the original station.
Today the station and its services managed by Great Western Railway. Trains from Avoncliff depart frequently, with northbound services running to Bath and Bristol and southbound to Bradford on Avon, Trowbridge, Westbury, Weymouth, and Southampton. Services both directions depart half-hourly at peak times and hourly when off-peak. Certain South Western Railway services from London Waterloo and Bristol Temple Meads pass through Avoncliff, but do not stop.
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