When Dilton Marsh station opened in 1937 would be passengers were forced to walk uphill to a nearby house to buy their tickets. Now you can buy them from the guard on the train.

All services stop at the station by request – you need to signal to the driver if you wish to board or let the guard know if you wish to get off there.


View all live arrivals and departures for Dilton Marsh station or you may wish to download our live departure app using the link below.


Plan your journey using GWR and SWR journey planner timetables or download the Transwilts timetable using the links below.

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Fares information, including advance fares, off peak fares, rover tickets and season tickets. Plus Bus for combined rail and bus tickets


Onward journey connections including local and national bus companies together with taxi companies telephone numbers serving the station.

St Mary’s

14th century church with a curious spire near the White Horse

John Betjeman

Betjeman successfully campaigned to save Dilton-Marsh Halt

Walking & Cycling

Downland circular walking and cycling routes from 11km to 109km

Edington Priory

Enchanting little village tucked beneath the escarpment of Salisbury Plain