Our Walks

Trains Tolls and Tributes

The story of Lymington Trains Tolls and Tributes
Walk Trains Tolls and Tributes Sea, Salt and Smuggling walk

The walk takes you from the Quay, past the pretty Victorian railway station, and across the old Toll Bridge, which was the cause of so much trouble for Lymington in the 1700s

Hear the stories of the King who caused the trouble, and the King who took his first ride in a new-fangled motor car across the bridge. On the Walhampton side, we walk up the wooded slope to visit the memorial to "a perfect man".

NOTE: The footpath up to the monument at the end of the walk is not suitable for wheelchairs.

This walk starts outside the Ship Inn on the Quay, and finishes at the Ferryman Inn on the other side of the river at Walhampton.