Trains to Penzance

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Penzance is the most westerly town and port in Cornwall, facing the south‐east onto the English Channel, it is approximately about 64 miles (103 km) west‐southwest of Plymouth and 255 miles (410 km) westsouthwest of London. It is bordered to the west by the fishing port of Newlyn, to the north and to the east by Ludgvan.

Penzance is served by the homonymous train station that is situated at the eastern end of Market Jew Street and is located nearby the harbour. Passengers travelling to Penzance station will enjoy a stunning panoramic train journey. Penzance is on the coast, the surrounding town is decorated with exotic palms thanks to its favourable and mild climate. Penzance city centre is a short walk away from the train station. Alverton Road and Market Jew Street offer independent boutiques as well as major high‐street retailers. Side streets offer small galleries and quaint pubs to the town’s visitors. Start planning your train journey today and book train tickets to Penzance in advance to benefit from early booking discounted rates. Penzance is the most southern train station in the UK. It is the western terminus of the Cornish Main Linethat runs above the beach of Marazion offering passengers a panoramic view of St. Michael's Mount and Mount's Bay. The majority of the train services are operated by Great Western Railway, both direct train services to Plymouth (2 hours journey), Exeter St David’s, Bristol Temple Meads Reading (4 hours journey) and London Paddington (5 and ½ hours), as well as local services to St Erth, St Ives, Hayle, Camborne, Redruth and Truro. The Night Riviera train offers an overnight sleeping service to and from Reading and London. CrossCountry run morning and evening services to Birmingham New Street, Wolverhampton, Derby, Sheffield, Manchester, Piccadilly, Leeds, York, Newcastle and Edinburgh.

Penzance railway station is equipped with four platforms, one of which is outside the main station building. Direct trains to London usually depart from platform 1. All 4 platforms can be accessed step‐free, with platform 4 accessible directly from the car park and platforms one to three through the concourse. Station facilities include: ticket office, shops, toilets and accessibility services that passengers can pre‐book or seek by contacting a designated member of staff at the station. The station forecourt offers passengers a bus station and tourist information centre. Car parking and bicycle racks are available outside the train station. Wi‐Fi and CCTV security services operate at this train station. Come and visit this quaint town on the South West of Cornwall, book train tickets to Penzance today! Penzance offers tourists the a number of attractions, St Michael’s Mount the offshore island with a beautiful medieval church, castle and gardens on rocky cliffs. It offers its visitors shopping and dining opportunities. Penlee House along with and art and the West Cornwall history exhibition. Trengwainton Garden is set within a 16th century country home offering scenic gardens, wooden trails, flowers and gift shop and tea room open to visitors. Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens offer a modern art installation set within exotic plant‐filled gardens offering panoramic views of Mount’s bay, a large, sweeping bay facing the Englishchannel coast of Cornwall. It stretches from the Lizard Point to Gwennap Head. Morrab Gardens are located to the South of Penzance town centre and offer Mediterranean sub‐tropical plants and Morrab library.