Wiltshire has excellent rail connections to other important commercial centres in UK such as London, South Wales, the Midlands and other areas from the South West, including Bristol, Bath, Swindon, and Southampton.
Further investments are also under way, with funds in excess of £4 million to be used to improve railway services and train stations in the county.
Fast and regular Inter-City services includes:
From London (Paddington) to Bath and Bristol serving Swindon (55 mins) and Chippenham (70 mins) in the north, and Great Bedwyn (90 mins).
From London (Waterloo), stopping at Salisbury (85 mins) and Tisbury (103 mins).
The Bristol to Weymouth and Southampton lines, calling at Bradford on Avon, Trowbridge, Westbury, Warminster and Salisbury for visitors from the Midlands and the North.
Rail connections also provide easy access to airports such as Bristol, Southampton and Bournemouth, and seaports such as Southampton, Portsmouth, Portland and Bristol.