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. Today, all trains which stop at Carbis Bay train station are operated by Great Western Railway; there has been no goods traffic to the station since 1956. The station itself has one platform with a small shelter. There is a ticket machine and ramp access from the nearby car park.
Carbis Bay is s seaside resort with an award-winning Blue Flag beach. It is a popular summer spot for families, with golden sands, excellent water quality, and very little surf. Lifeguards patrol the beach from July to September.
Trains from Carbis Bay run to St Ives and St Erth, with journey times of 3 minutes and 9 minutes respectively. A few trains continue the journey to Penzance, which takes 20 minutes.
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