Waymark on the Castleman Trailway
|Length||16 mi (26 km)|
|Designation||UK National Trail|
The trailway is part of the former Southampton and Dorchester Railway line which ran from Brockenhurst to Hamworthy Junction via Ringwood. This circuitous route was promoted in the 19th century by the Wimborne solicitor Charles Castleman, and was chosen because of the need to run through populated areas at a time when Bournemouth was a small village.
- Lucking, J. H. The Railways of Dorset
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