Pedestrian and cycle path from Weybridge Station to Brooklands
Since 2010 a path joins the public footpaths from Weybridge Station to those in Brooklands – giving off-road access to Mercedes Benz World and Brooklands Museum and reducing the time taken by foot and bike.
From the station southern car park follow the path along the railway which leads into Lonsdale Road. If walking, one option is to cross over the end of Locke King Road and go down Railton Close where you can just see the original competitor’s entrance tunnel to the Brooklands track. If cycling, go right, over the railway bridge and then immediately left down the track. (Note: since 2020 the cycle path has been upgraded to shared use with pedestrians and has a wide tarmac surface and lighting). Both ways lead to a bridge over the River Wey. Shortly after this the path turns left under the Seven Arches railway bridge and continues until it meets the road behind Mercedes Benz World and near the entrance of Brooklands Museum.
Continuing past the museum entrance leads to the footpath down to Brooklands Community Park.
Update 2022: the path can now be used to access The Heights business park. Go over the bridge to the Museum entrance and immediately on the right there is a path leading into the office area and car park.
Please note: If you want to enter Brooklands Museum via the Campbell Gate then do not use the footpath instead just walk along Brooklands Road.