Caught the 1051 train to Bridgnorth. With a 30% reduction for a senior railcard holder, over a few journeys, the £30 annual fee is easily recovered. It is reassuring when the rail staff ask to see it, possibly the poor light in the stations does not reveal all the wrinkles!
Bike space full up
There was no special bike racks on this train, just a space at one end of the carriage. Luckily, the other two cyclists were going to Bridgwater as well so my bike was not trapped behind the others.
Did not explore Bridgwater on arrival, just headed for the A38 north to head back to Weston. Extended the mileage slightly by diverting off through Woolavington and Mark. Before the village of Mark, crossed the Huntspill River, a man made channel built in 1940 to provide water to a nearby ammunition factory.
Another good ride. A fraction under 25 miles, 83 for the week. Must try harder!