Weybridge - Shepperton Ferry - Information & Timetable

Weybridge Ferry takes foot passengers and bikes across the River Thames to Shepperton Middlesex from Weybridge Surrey

Photos of Shepperton Ferry courtesy of Pete Reed & Carron Brown

 

Shepperton - Weybridge Ferry > History

 
With the exception of a twenty year gap until 1986, there has been a ferry between Shepperton and Weybridge for around 500 years.
It was also famously featured in H. G. Wells' novel War of the Worlds.
(H. G. Wells lived in nearby town of Woking)
< Photo - Weybridge Ferry 1904
 


< Photo - view from Weybridge Ferry 1897
  
 
 
Ferry Slip - Crossing River Thames from Weybridge Surrey to Shepperton Middlesex

Photo of Weybridge, Ferry 1904, ref. 51679
Reproduced courtesy of Francis Frith.


Photo of Weybridge, from the Ferry 1897, ref. 40008
Reproduced courtesy of Francis Frith.

Current Ferry > Timetable & Fares

The current ferry enables people walking or cycling the Thames Path to continue their journey past Shepperton Lock without being diverted by the Wey Navigation.
The ferry runs every 15 minutes and you should ring the bell on the quarter hour if coming from the south (Weybridge) side to ensure the ferryman knows you are waiting.
 
The charges for the ferry are as follows:
Adult: Single 2, Return 3, Weekly 6
Adult With Bike: Single 3, Return 4.50, Weekly 8
Child: Single 1, Return 1.50, Weekly 3
Child With Bike: Single 1.50, Return 2.25, Weekly 4
 
On Board Shepperton - Weybridge Passenger Ferry With Bike

On Board Shepperton - Weybridge Passenger Ferry With Bike