Historic Ryde Society

‘Giving Ryde’s Past to the Future’

Historic Ryde Society Quiz Night Thursday 30 November 2023 at Yelf's Hotel, at 7p.m. for 7.30pm.

Taken from the book: Ryde Isle of Wight Its Sports and Attractions:

By means of the Isle of Wight Railway, the Town of Ryde is placed in direct communication with the other beautiful pleasure resorts of Bembridge, Sandown, Shanklin and Ventnor, also with Brading and Wroxall. A frequent and well-appointed service is maintained.

CHEAP DAY RETURN TICKETS ARE ISSUED TO ALL STATIONS.
Also, during the Season,
WEEKLY TOURIST TICKETS, available for seven days at the following low fares:
1st CLASS……………7/6
2nd CLASS………….5/6

These Cheap Weekly Tickets have been brought into operation specially for Tourists, and will be found a most convenient means of visiting the various Towns. Arreton, Newport and Carisbrooke, (with its historical Castle) can be reached from Ryde by taking train to Sandown Junction and thence proceeding by the Central Railway.

To reach St Lawrence and Blackgang visitors should take train to Ventnor and there rejoin the Coach which runs through the beautiful Undercliff.

H K Day Secretary and Manager. General Offices, Sandown.

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Taken from the book: Ryde Isle of Wight Its Sports and Attractions:

By means of the Isle of Wight Railway, the Town of Ryde is placed in direct communication with the other beautiful pleasure resorts of Bembridge, Sandown, Shanklin and Ventnor, also with Brading and Wroxall. A frequent and well-appointed service is maintained.

CHEAP DAY RETURN TICKETS ARE ISSUED TO ALL STATIONS.
Also, during the Season,
WEEKLY TOURIST TICKETS, available for seven days at the following low fares:
1st CLASS……………7/6
2nd CLASS………….5/6

These Cheap Weekly Tickets have been brought into operation specially for Tourists, and will be found a most convenient means of visiting the various Towns. Arreton, Newport and Carisbrooke, (with its historical Castle) can be reached from Ryde by taking train to Sandown Junction and thence proceeding by the Central Railway.

To reach St Lawrence and Blackgang visitors should take train to Ventnor and there rejoin the Coach which runs through the beautiful Undercliff.

H K Day Secretary and Manager. General Offices, Sandown.

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Return to Leisure in the 1900s page