BUS SERVICE FROM STRATFORD TO TTCDIECAST.com SHOWBUS international
In addition to transporting visitors to SHOWBUS the service will allow those members of visiting families to spend the day in Stratford if they prefer. Book your City Sightseeing tour above!
The journeys in white will be operated by Johnsons of Henley-in-Arden, the journeys in yellow will be operated by Red Rose Travel of Aylesbury using Alexander Dennis Enviro200s. Whilst every effort will be made to keep to the timetable there is often congestion in Stratford-upon-Avon and, in the morning, there is likely to be congestion near Long Marston Airfield. Red Rose will have two buses on the service in an endeavor to keep on top of any problems with time keeping. (The schedule was designed for just one bus). The service is supported by Alexander Dennis.
Check also the link from Honeybourne Station
Robert Carlyle who has entered Ex Eastern Scottish Seddon Pennine VII ESC847S will be picking up some friends at Stratford-upon-Avon railway station at 10.09 on the morning of Showbus connecting with the 09.22 from Birmingham Moor Street. He is happy to pick up anyone else travelling on the same train if they need transport to Showbus. A small donation to their charity collection can made on the bus. Please reply to Robert by email. Seats would be on a first come first served basis.
robertbuscarlyle @ aol.com
Other trains from Birmingham can be found on the Chiltern Railways site below. It is a short walk from the station to the Bridge Street Bus Stop.
The following Sunday services serve Stratford-upon-Avon.
Catch the SHOWBUS shuttle to Long Marston.
166 from Worcester via Evesham
Morning track work at Marylebone means that Network Rail recommends travel from Euston via Birmingham New Street. Chiltern Railways will run a train from Gerrards Cross at 0958 via High Wycombe, Bicester, Banbury, Leamington & Warwick arriving at 1154. Key return departures are at 1558 & 1758 which will go to Marylebone. See the full timetable here