About Newquay Railway Station
Newquay Railway Station is a single-platform railway terminus serving the seaside resort town of Newquay, Cornwall. It was built by the prominent Cornish industrialist and engineer, Joseph Treffry, in the mid-19th century, as many other railway projects across Britain were taking shape. The platforms were extended in the early 20th century to accommodate for longer trains bringing holidaymakers to and from London.
Welcome to Newquay
A popular seaside holiday destination since the Victorian era, Newquay is an epitome of the placid resort culture that put Cornwall on the map. Situated on a staggering line of cliffs facing out into the Atlantic, with several miles of sandy beaches, and a short distance from the St Agnes Heritage Coast, Newquay is a little patch of paradise, where people of all ages and tastes can sit back, relax, and enjoy all the charms of a traditional holiday in the UK.
Dive into Blue Reef Aquarium
Blue Reef is a new chain of UK aquariums, made to inspire a better understanding and appreciation for the world’s oceans in every visitor. The Newquay branch features an amazing abundance of marine life, ranging from the local species from the Cornish Coast to the unique and colourful animals of far-off tropical reefs, many of them viewable from an amazing underwater tunnel.
Planning a trip to Newquay Railway Station? Travelodge Newquay Seafront Hotel is just outside on Cliff Road, and Travelodge Bodmin Roche Hotel is a half-hour drive away.