Other Small Station Sites...

Cover of a Great Western
Railway brochure advertising
'Camp-Coach' holidays.




The West Somerset Railway

The WSR station of Blue Anchor is a 2 minute walk from the camping coach. The railway's web site sums up the country's longest heritage railway...

"Our Railway, a true country branch line of the old Great Western Railway is full of fascination whether you are looking for a nostalgic ride back in time through lovely countryside or to study the railway and industrial heritage which our line preserves..


The historic steam locomotives, coaches and wagons, and the buildings of our ten unique stations linked by a twenty mile scenic journey will repay hours of exploration. The surrounding countryside is as varied as it is beautiful.

The gently rolling Quantock hills and distant Exmoor, unspoilt villages and farms nestling in leafy lanes, the cliffs and coast of the Bristol Channel with views of distant South-Wales, confident Church Towers, Dunster's imposing Castle and Minehead's seaside charm are all waiting to be discovered"

See the WSR website for all the details!


To see the rail comings and goings at Blue Anchor Station, watch the live 'web cam' here. The web cam page also gives the day's arrivals and departure times for the day. Other WSR station web cams are also available to view.

Also in the Blue Anchor shot is the carriage, just behind the signal post near the centre of the frame.

Visit their website for full details of the railway, timetable, what to see and where to see it - as well as everything to do with the line.


The West Somerset Railway have a variety of tickets available to you, to enable you to enjoy your visit.  It's worth noting that WSR do various 'Family Day Rover' tickets and also their 'Freedom of the Line'. These tickets allow seven consecutive days of travel! Perfect for all rail enthusiasts!

See all ticket details here
...and save a bit of money by booking your WSR tickets when you book your stay at Blue Anchor?

Also you could book your week stay at the carriage to coincide with one of the WSR gala weekends or one of their many special events?

The W.S.R. Website has full details




For further information on the Blue Anchor Station and signal box, see the  web site.




...and for a rainy day...

at the carriage is a DVD of the ITV Poirot mystery “The Cornish Mystery” which, in spite of the name, was largely filmed in Dunster with an excellent part for Blue Anchor station which has an impressive scene!