Cam and Dursley train station serves the Gloucestershire towns of Cam and Dursley. The station has two platforms, linked by a footbridge over the line, with seats and shelters for passengers. It is unstaffed but there is a ticket machine and both platforms have step-free access. Trains services operated by Great Western Railway depart hourly on weekdays and every two hours on Sundays, the latter running from Bristol to Gloucester only. The fastest journey time for direct services to Gloucester is 15 minutes, and trains to Bristol take a minimum of 33 minutes. Some services continue to Bath, Weymouth, Cheltenham or Brighton.
Cam and Dursley train station was built in 1994 as a replacement for Coaley Junction railway station which was situated nearby from 1856 to 1965. It sits between the two villages and transport to both is provided by local bus services. The Cotswold Way walking trail runs less than a mile from Cam, and a cycle and footpath links the station to the village.
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