2021 – The Bus Services

From Taunton Station (railway bridge, bus stop S4)

to Sheppy’s Cider Centre and Wellington

9.20 am and then every 20 minutes (at 00, 20, and 40 minutes past each hour) until 4.00 pm. Additional journey to Sheppy’s at 4.20 pm

From Taunton, Castle Way

to Sheppy’s Cider Centre and Wellington

9.35 am and then every 20 minutes (at 15, 35, and 55 minutes past each hour) until 4.15 pm. Additional journey to Sheppy’s at 4.35 pm

Additional journeys to Sheppy’s Cider Centre at 11.05 am and every 30 minutes (at 05 and 35 minutes past each hour) until 4.35 pm

to Bishops Lydeard (West Somerset Railway) Station

at 10.17 am then every 30 minutes (at 17 and 47 minutes past each hour) until 4.17 pm

From Bishops Lydeard (West Somerset Railway) Station

to Taunton (Castle Way) and Sheppy’s Cider Centre

at 10.45 am then every 30 minutes (at 15 and 45 minutes past each hour) until 4.15 pm, then additional journey to Taunton (Castle Way) at 4.45 pm.

From Wellington High Street (Conservative Club)

to Sheppy’s Cider Centre (buses either continue to or connect with buses to Taunton Town Centre and Station)

at 9.45 am then every 20 minutes (at 05, 25 and 45 minutes past each hour) until 4.25 pm

Buses scheduled to attend –

W Alexander & Sons P 721 (VD 3433) – 1934 Leyland Lion LT5A / Alexander single deck

Barton 467 (JNN 384) – 1947 Leyland Titan PD1 / Duple double deck

Birmingham Corporation 2257 (JOJ 257) – 1950 Leyland Tiger PS2 / Weymann single deck

Blackburn Corporation 7 (EAS 956) – 1948 Leyland Tiger PS1 / Crossley single deck (new as BCB 340)

Crosville KW 172 (LFM 753) – 1950 Bristol L6B / Eastern Coach Works single deck (owned by J Jones-Pratt, Weston Super Mare)

Crosville SL 71 (MFM 39) – 1951 Bedford OB / Duple single deck

Huddersfield Joint Omnibus Committee 217 (CCX 777) – 1945 Daimler CWA6 / Duple double deck

Lewis Coaches JDV 754 – 1947 Bedford OB / Duple single deck (owned by M Withers, Henstridge)static / not in service

London Transport (Green Line) RF 48 (LYF 399) – 1951 AEC Regal IV / Metro-Cammell single deck

London Transport RTL 1163 (LYF 104) – 1951 Leyland 7RT / Park Royal double deck

Scarlet Pimpernel JYC 855 – 1947 Leyland Tiger PS1 / Harrington single deck (owned by R Burdett, Coventry)

Southdown 970 (AUF 670) – 1934 Leyland Titan TD3 / EastLancashire Coachbuilders double deck

(unless shown otherwise, buses from the Stephen Morris collection.)

As ever, we will make every effort to maintain the timetables and schedules as planned, but reserve the right to alter or curtail them if necessary, or to substitute vehicles to keep the service running. We will try to match capacity to demand, but cannot guarantee that seats will be available on any specific journey.

Right of entry to vehicles is reserved by vehicle owners / bus crews.