Hayles Abbey Station
Hayles Abbey Halt, in common with a number of former Great Western Railway stations, spells the name of its location differently and is around 600m from Hailes Abbey. The Halt is halfway between Toddington and Winchcombe stations and is a Request Stop for our diesel railcar trains. Although there is no car parking at Hayles Abbey, it is an ideal starting or finishing point for walkers or cyclists (we can carry a limited number of bicycles on our trains), being close to the Cotswold Way.
Please note: At present, steam and diesel locomotive hauled trains will not stop at Hayles Abbey Halt. Passengers wishing to join the train at the station will need to face the oncoming diesel railcar and extend their arm horizontally to signal to the driver to stop the train. Those wishing to board at another station and alight at Hayles Abbey Halt will need to inform the guard of the diesel railcar when they join the train. Passengers need to be in one of the front two carriages to alight.
You can find details of how to reach us by road here.
There is no suitable public transport.
There is no car parking at Hayles Abbey Halt.
Washrooms and Toilets
There are no washroom or toilet facilities at Hayles Abbey Halt.