Westbury, overlooked by its White Horse, was famous for its annual sheep fair which was held each year from the 1800s until the Second World War.

The railway has an important junction at Westbury where the main line from London to the West Country meets the north/south routes between the South Coast and Swindon and Bristol. With new housing springing up the station car park has recently been modernised and extended.


View all live arrivals and departures for Westbury 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.

The White Horse

An 18th Century White Horse in Chalk downland

Hungerford Castle

A fortified mansion for 300 years set in River Frome valley 

Walking & Cycling

Downland circular routes from 11km to 109km

Wiltshire Outdoor

Adventure activities across Wiltshire based at Brokerswood