Bournemouth land train extended into Poole

Mayor of Poole Cllr Sean Gabriel and Mayor of Bournemouth Cllr Derek Borthwick celebrating the extension of the land train into Poole.

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Bournemouth, Poole | Posted: Friday, June 15th, 2018 at 4:05 pm | return to news

Much-loved Bournemouth land train extends its route into Poole

If you fancy a ride along the seafront, you’ll be pleased to know that Bournemouth’s famous land train route has been extended into Poole.

Mayor of Poole Cllr Sean Gabriel and Mayor of Bournemouth Cllr Derek Borthwick celebrating the extension of the land train into Poole.

Caption: Mayor of Poole Cllr Sean Gabriel and Mayor of Bournemouth Cllr Derek Borthwick celebrating the extension of the land train into Poole.

Tom Harris, senior seafront ranger said, “The land trains have been part of Bournemouth’s seafront for many decades and are a much-loved asset to our famous promenade – it’s great to offer this new route into Branksome Chine so passengers can take in even more of our beautiful beaches, we look forward to welcoming everyone on board!”

The route, originally from Bournemouth Pier to Vesuvio Italian Restaurant, now goes from the Pier to Branksome Chine, taking in Alum Chine and both Durley and Middle Chine.

From the other direction, the land trains continue to run from Bournemouth to Boscombe Pier, the Beach Lodges and onto Boscombe Chine Gardens and Boscombe High Street.

The land train service to Branksome Chine is already underway, trains run daily (during April to October) and during school holidays as well as on weekends throughout the winter, subject to weather conditions. 

Visit bournemouth.co.uk. for more information.

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