What to See
The Swindon & Cricklade Railway offers a round-trip passenger journey of approximately four and a half miles. Trains run between Hayes Knoll and Taw Valley Halt, accessible from Mouldon Hill Country Park
Taw Valley Halt, for Mouldon Hill Country Park
Taw Valley Halt is our newest station, giving direct access to and from Mouldon Hill Country Park. In the future, it will be superseded by a larger station in the Park itself. The Park offers free parking and easy access by public transport.
Blunsdon Station & Visitor Centre
Blunsdon, with its large car park, is a popular ‘way in’ to the Railway . Blunsdon also offers indoor and outdoor dining and refreshments, plus souvenir shop etc. It is an established venue for private parties.
Hayes Knoll Station & Locomotive Shed
Built by the railway on an empty site, Hayes Knoll station includes the Railway’s locomotive shed and restoration centre.
South Meadow Lane
South Meadow Lane remains the northern limit of operations for the time being.
Future Station near Cricklade
The future station at Cricklade will be the northern terminus of the Railway. With its historic church, unspoiled High Street and famous Wildflower Meadow, the town will be a worthwhile and popular destination.