Situated on the long line which connects Weymouth to London, Sway train station in Hampshire offers an exciting range of destinations from Dorset coast to capital city. Dating from 1888, this station's South Western Railway trains offer hourly departures heading west towards Bournemouth, Poole and Weymouth and east to Southampton and London Waterloo. Sway train station is located in a village of the same name which is home to the prominent Grade II listed 66 metre structure known as Sway Tower – the world's highest non-reinforced concrete structure. Shops, pubs, restaurants and hotels can all be found in the village which also offers instant access to the New Forest.
Beach lover's can find themselves in Bournemouth in just 21 minutes. Every inch the traditional seaside resort, visitors can shop with a difference in one of its Victorian arcades, dine on locally sourced oysters or stroll the 2 miles of its beautiful gardens. Art and curio appreciators can explore the lavish cliff-perched Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum while those with a sense of adventure can ride the zipline which runs from pier to shore. Just a little further afield – 24 minutes by train from Sway – is the historic port of Southampton with great shopping, wonderful seafood restaurants and ferries to the Isle of Wight. Sway also links directly with Southampton Airport Parkway – a 33 minute journey - for those headed for Southampton Airport. Other seaside possibilities include Poole and Weymouth with journey times by train of 34 minutes and 1 hour 25 minutes respectively. London, with its almost endless menu of visitor attractions is 1 hour 49 minutes away.
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