About St Austell Railway Station
St Austell Railway Station is the Grade II listed train station serving the coastal town of St Austell, Cornwall. It was opened in the mid-19th century, and played a major part in the transport network bringing early tourists to Cornwall. Like every other train station in the county, it’s managed by the Great Western Railway.
Coming to Cornwall?
As one of Britain’s favourite holiday destinations, Cornwall is home to a range of local staples that have put it on the map over the years. Its pasties, Yarg cheese, clotted cream and many other delicacies can all be sampled in their Celtic home, and its gorgeous beaches, wild clifftops, and a range of other natural highlights, are waiting to be explored to your heart’s content. Wherever you go in Cornwall, this beautiful county is sure to hold a special place in your heart for years to come.
The Eden Project - a modern wonder of the world
Known all over the world, and consistently recognised by the British Travel Awards, The Eden Project is a true modern spectacle, and a must-see for anyone travelling through the St Austell area. Featuring two massive biomes, you’ll be able to walk through the sights, smells and climates of a rainforest and a Mediterranean landscape, and gain many fascinating insights into the relationship between humans and plants.
Planning a trip to St Austell Railway Station? Travelodge St Austell Hotel is just a five-minute drive away, and Travelodge Bodmin Roche Hotel can be reached in 20.