Island Line Trains

Island Line Trains are the Isle of Wight’s only commercial rail provider.

The service runs from Ryde Pier head in the north of the Island, to Shanklin towards the south.

It’s a vital lifeline, providing a swift connection to means to exit to the Mainland, via the FastCat or Hover.

Island Line Trains Running Through The Night

Island Line Trains Running Through The Night

Island Line plan to run their trains through the night.

Wednesday, 6th January, 2010 12:13am

By Simon Perry

Change to Island Line Timetable

Change to Island Line Timetable

Island Line catch up with timetable changes instigated by Wightlink earlier in the year.

Thursday, 7th May, 2009 3:08pm

By Stuart George with 8 readers' comments

WightLink Fastcat Timetable Changes Throw Out Island Line Connections

WightLink Fastcat Timetable Changes Throw Out Island Line Connections

Many thanks to Stuart George from the Isle of Wight Bus Users Group for sending through changes to the FastCat services. Sounds like those hoping to use the Island Line train to and from

Monday, 23rd March, 2009 4:20pm

By Stuart George with 7 readers' comments

Town centre managers spearhead project to smarten up Ryde Interchange

RYDE’S town centre managers have spearheaded a community project to smarten up the town’s bus and rail interchange.

Friday, 11th April, 2008 3:05pm

By IW Council Press Office with 5 readers' comments

Ventnor To Waterloo Timetable Found

Ventnor To Waterloo Timetable Found

About half a year ago we mourned the loss of the timetable on the Island Line site that showed the complete journey between Ventnor and London Waterloo – connecting Bus Link; Island Line trains,

Wednesday, 6th February, 2008 10:25am

By Simon Perry with 2 readers' comments

Island Line Timetable Shortens

Island Line Timetable Shortens

Anyone missing the Island Line timetable that used to go all of the way to Waterloo from Shanklin? I went on there today and saw that it now stops at Portsmouth. In the past I’ve found

Wednesday, 18th July, 2007 11:24am

By Simon Perry with one comment