The Great Western Railway’s terminus station called ‘Salisbury (Fisherton)’ – built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel – opened in 1856. This was demolished and a South West Trains maintenance depot now stands on the site. The present day Salisbury station opened in 1859 and its elegant facade is now a Grade II listed building.

The ‘Market House’ branch line once ran for a quarter of a mile from the eastern end of the station to terminate at what is now known as the Corn Exchange in the centre of the city.

Trains leaving the station in the next 2 hours.

Local train timetable for the Three Rivers Route.

Planning your train journey to anywhere in the UK.

Buses, taxis and local map

Only a 10 minutes walk from the train station.

Bus tour to Stonehenge and Old Sarum.

Crafts, galleries and café. A few minutes walk from the station.

Entertainment only 5 minutes walk from the train station.

Watch some great theatre. Only a 5-10 minutes walk from the train station.

Watch dance and theatre or go to creative classes. Only 20 minute walk from train station.

Home of the Earl and Countess of Pembroke. 20 min bus ride from the train station.

18th century house, used in the filming of Sense and Sensibility. ½ a mile from train station

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Station Ticket Office Hours

Monday to Friday 5.30am – 8.00pm

Saturday 5.30am – 8.00pm

Sunday 7.30am – 8.45pm

Train Station Information

Car Parking: 200 spaces

Cycle Parking: 50 spaces

Buffets:Platforms 2, 3 and 4

Toilets: Platforms 2, 3 and 4

Taxis: Taxi rank on forecourt

Useful Numbers

Tel: 0845 6000 650

Train Information: 0845 7484 950

Travel Assistance: 0845 6000 650

For train times text Salisbury to 84950