Most times when someone has organised a journey or run out they have produced a Route Card for us to follow. The journeys are usually off the beaten track and often planned to pass through beautiful scenery and country villages.
Previously, after the event, the route has been lost unless you took part and kept a printed copy, but now any WFTR member who fancies a run out can choose a trip from the list and download a PDF of the route that was run on the day. Please be aware that, particularly if the route is a few years old that some roads and waypoints may have changed.
If you have a route from an event you organised and would like to share please email a PDF version to firstname.lastname@example.org for inclusion on this page. It would be helpful if you could give your route a title, approximate mileage, the date it was run and if possible a very brief description.
Newlands Farm Shop to Royal Wootton Bassett 66 miles on 31 Jul 21
This was the run up too 2021 Valley and Villages Scenic Tour. Get route
Hook to the Mayfly Pub and Restaurant – 66 miles – March 2019
Starting from Hook Railway Station, a run through Hampshire, Berkshire and Wiltshire with brilliant scenery and ending up at the Mayfly on the banks of the river Test. Get Route
Chieveley Services to Cotswold Falconry Centre, Batsford 60 miles – Sept 2019
A non motorway route via Wantage & Brize Norton taking in the Cotswold village of Burford. Get Route
2019 Cream Tea Run
2020 Cream Tea Run
Bombay Sapphire Gin Tour
A run of approximately 42 miles. Hartley Wintney to Saphire Gin Co. This tour takes you through the villages of Herriard and Dummer ending up in Whitchurch which also has a Silk Mill, also well worth a visit. Get Route
Newlyns Farm Shop to Hollycombe Steam in the Country, Liphook
A pleasant cross country run of 39 miles, starting from Warnborough and taking in Petersfield. Get Route
Yateley Village Hall to Kempton Steam Museum & Waterworks Railway, Hanworth
A run of approximately 44 miles. See the world’s largets triple expansion steam engine in action and ride on ‘Darent’ – our 1903 steam loco.