Carbis Bay Train Station
One of the most beautiful beaches in Cornwall, CarbisBay has very little parking so the best way to visit is by train, getting off at CarbisBaystation. How to visit by train The beach is a steep walk down from the station but there is usually plenty of space, soft white sands, turquoise waters and a café (eat-in or takeaway) on site.
Carbis Bay Station Carbis Bay train station serves the village of Carbis Bay in Cornwall on the St Ives Bay Line. It was opened in 1877, on the arrival of the railway to the area. It is located 3 miles from St Erth and just to the east of Carbis Viaduct, which crosses the nearby river valley.
Carbis Bay train station facilities: Getting ready for your next journey? Whether you’re planning a trip or getting ready for your commute, find out everything you need to know about Carbis Bay station facilities here before you travel. At most train stations you’ll find ticket machines to buy or collect tickets, as well as customer help points if you need a helping hand. There are also seating areas in most stations so you can sit back and relax while you wait for your train.
For detailed information about the facilities available at Carbis Bay
Car Park, Bus Stop, Wifi, Bike Storage
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