Welcome to Moreton
Railway Station

Moreton is an unmanned station
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Moreton is a tranquil Dorset village and is situated West of Wool also situated on the River Frome about 8 miles east of Dorchester. It has a number of long distance footpaths and cycle ways passing through it: the Purbeck cycle way, Route 2, the Frome valley trail, the Jubilee trail, and the Hardy Way. The railway station is a little way out of the village, towards Crossways.

It is famous for its association with the prolific writer, celebrated soldier and pioneering archaeologist, T. E. Lawrence. Perhaps better known as Lawrence of Arabia he lived nearby at Clouds Hill, Bovington and his last resting place is in Moreton cemetery.

Opposite the Railway Station is a family friendly pub called The Frampton Arms. Other local attractions include Mill House Cider Museum and Sculpture by the Lakes.

Places of interest in and around Moreton

The Frampton Arms Dorchester1
The Frampton Arms
Award-winning wine and food at The Frampton Arms Pub, Dorchester. Discover The Frampton Arms and come and Dine, Drink & Dream with us.
Sculptures By The Lakes1
Sculpture by the Lakes
Described as one of the most beautiful sculpture parks in the UK, Sculpture by the Lakes is a haven of peace and tranquility.
Mill House Cider Museum
Mill House Cider Museum
Take a tour around the displays and equipment at the Mill House Cider Museum and learn how this traditional drink was made and the importance of cider as a drink over the years.
The Dovecote Cafe In The Walled Garden
The Dovecote Café
Set in the Walled Garden, a beautiful five-acre landscaped formal garden, the Dovecote café is open 7 days a week all year round serving breakfasts, brunch, lunch, tea and coffee and cakes.