Don’t miss out on our superb Railway Station and Ports transfer rates (see below).
Yeovil Junction railway station is the busier of two railway stations serving the town of Yeovil in England. The station is outside the town, being located in the village of Stoford; The line runs from from London Waterloo to Exeter and the reverse. It is often cheaper to take a taxi to and from the station than parking your own car at the station. We ask all clients to pre book at least 30 mins before the train time if traveling from a Yeovil address and longer if traveling from further afield. It is again best to pre book for a return trip from Yeovil Junction as RADIO CABS 426666 charge a fixed agreed price whilst the taxi’s on the rank charge by the meter. The fixed price is always cheaper than the meter.
Yeovil Pen Mill railway station is one of two stations serving the town ofYeovil, Somerset, England. The station is situated just under a mile to the east of the town centre. This line runs from Bristol to Weymouth and the reverse.
The Port of Southampton is a passenger and cargo port in the central part of the south coast of England. The modern era in the history of the Port of Southampton began when the first dock was inaugurated in 1843. The port has been owned and operated by Associated British Ports since 1982, and is the busiest cruise terminal and second largest container port in the UK. The port is ten miles (16 km) inland, between the confluence of the rivers Test and Itchen, and the head of the mile-wide drowned valley known as Southampton Water. The mouth of the inlet is protected from the effects of foul weather by the mass of the Isle of Wight, which gives the port a sheltered location. Additional advantages include a densely populated hinterland and close proximity to London, and excellent rail and road links to the rest of Britain which bypass the congestion of London. The average tidal range is approximately 5 feet (1.5 metres), with 17 hours per day of rising water thanks to the port's "double tides". These allow the largest container and cruise ships access to the port for up to 80 per cent of the time, according to the container terminal operator DP World Southampton. The effect is a result of tidal flow through the English Channel: high tide at one end of the Channel (Dover) occurs at the same time as low tide at the other end (Land's End). Points near the centre have one high water as the tidal swell goes from left to right, another as it then goes from right to left. Neither is as high as the one at each end
Radio Cabs can supply a transfer from any south west address, railway stations or indeed regional Airport to the docks, to connect with a cruise holiday