Category:RHS Wisley Bus
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English: The RHS Wisley Bus was a summer service linking Woking railway station (south side) with the RHS Gardens at Wisley. It ran a return journey each day. Its last year of operation was 2008, when it was run by Travel Surrey. It had previously been run by Tellings-Golden Miller, before they sold out to Travel London/Surrey (part of the National Express group at the time). During 2009, a private minibus service was run by the gardens itself instead of a proper service bus, and no service ran in 2010 due to a lack of available drivers. Due to Wisley Gardens' location off the A3 dual carriageway, with restricted junction movements (the A3 is a motorway standard road at this point so access is only allowed via the northbound carriageway sliproads) buses ran to Wisley via Ripley, and returned via Byfleet and West Byfleet. The direct route through Pyrford is too narrow to be used by buses due to Pyrford Lock Bridge.